Imagine: You're standing in the metro, the guy behind you levels his mobile phone to the back of your shirt and at that moment, you get a chit with his number. Uuuhhh! Either, you're one of the rare 5% of extraordinarily stunning people of the world or you're wearing a T-Shirt by Emma Cott.
Due to innovative technology it is possible to encode information that has been compressed in two-dimensional barcodes (AKA mobile codes and semacodes) with a simple camera phone.
In Japan, it's already all the rage. Soon it will hit Munich too. The Munich label Emma Cott is new, fresh and technically ahead. The online shop sells shirts with coded Messages for an affordable price. IN addition, anyone has the ability to submit new messages that could be coded and printed on fashion.
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