|NFC table cards at Cafe Ekante|
After you have decided the menu and placed the orders, and after the conversation dies down, and after you are done with several selfies you glance at the TV suspended from the ceiling. But soon you are bored again, getting hungrier. To entertain you, take help of the NFC quadrant on your dining table.
If you have a NFC enabled mobile hold your phone near any of the quadrant's page to choose news or sports or entertainment. The phone browser will start playing the channel chosen in your mobile, using the WiFi of Cafe Ekante. Remember to put "NFC ON/OFF" switch in your settings to NFC ON. See https://nfc.today/advice/nfc-enabled-phones#phonelist to check if your phone has NFC capability. Please remember that even if your phone is on the list of NFC enabled phones, you may have to (1) download an Apps and (2) enable NFC in settings as already mentioned above.
If you don't have NFC in your mobile use the scan the QR code printed on the quadrant. The output is the same.
The innovation is done by Oorjamatics ( See http://www.oorjamatic.com/ ) .
|Mr Raja Guha, Co-Founder Oorjamatics, explanting to me the NFC concept at |
Cafe Ekante last week