Meet the Bateske Arduboy, a fully Tetris-playing digital business card that, in addition to Tetris, can also display your resume, contact information, and a QR code to scan for more information (a.k.a. link to your LinkedIn profile or digital portfolio).
Despite the awful name (of both the company and the product), it is a pretty cool idea with a good design behind it. It's not that digital business cards haven't been thought of in the past, there's just never been one that was compact and cheap enough to make it worthwhile.
This one's still not quite there. The price-point is high owing mostly to the fact that it's brand new and they're all being hand-assembled at the moment. Designer Kevin Bates is currently on the hunt for a manufacturer and is launching a Kickstarter campaign to try to get a business off the ground. One of his goals is to host a digital community where developers can introduce new concepts to be used in the card itself to make it even more functional for buyers and backers. You can check out the Arduboy website here.
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