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Wenn man auf der Strasse einer attraktiven Person begegnet, aber nicht den Mut hat, sie anzusprechen, weil man nicht genau weiss, was diese Person von einem selbst denkt, so müsste man ein kleines Hilfsmittel haben, das einem die Kontaktaufnahme erleichtert. Ein Gerät, vielleicht in der Grösse eines Handys, das wie eine Fernbedienung funktioniert und gleichzeitig empfangen kann. Trifft man eine Person, die einem gefällt, könnte man auf dieses Gerät drücken und bei der anderen Person zeigt es dann an, dass der oder die Gegenüber einen interessant findet. Natürlich funktioniert das nur, wenn alle oder zumindest viele dieses Gerät haben. Man könnte diesem noch Zusatzfunktionen einbauen, z.B. dass man gleich auch Daten damit verschicken kann. Beispielsweise Telefonnummer oder eine Visitenkarte. Es müsste wohl etwa auf 20m funktionieren. Technisch wäre das sicher ohne weiteres machbar. Vielleicht könnte man es auch so entwickeln, dass es auf das Natel des Gegenübers eine SMS schickt, so könnte man das Problem umgehen, dass nicht alle über einen solchen Apparat verfügen. Ein Handy hat ja heute praktisch jeder. Ein Problem wäre, dass wenn alle einen solchen Apparat hätten, man vielleicht auch die falschen damit anpeilt.

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Bruno (24. Mai 2007)
Die Idee ist nett. Aber schwierig zu verwirklichen. Du nennst die Probleme ja gleich selber. Vorstellbar wäre m. E. am ehesten ein Signal auf ihr oder sein Handy. Dazu müsste man aber einen Fachmann befragen.

Andreas (24. Mai 2007)
Ähnliches scheint es schon zu geben. Wenn ich jetzt Japan sage, klingt das nach Klische. Aber ich glaube in Japan werden bereits ähnliche Geräte vertrieben.

Andi (21. Juni 2007)
Das wurde vor ca fünf Jahren schon mal versucht einzuführen. Kleine Geräte, die das eigene Profil abgespeichert hatten und bei einem ähnlichen Profil leuchteten, resp. vibrierten. Das ganze war ein Riesenflop!!! Weil: Kaum jemand hatte ein solches Gerät. Daher Verbesserungsvorschlag meinerseits: Anstatt ein neues Gerät, Software für gängige Handys schreiben. Übermittlungsverfahren sollte über Bluetooth laufen, dann laufen auch keine Kosten an.

Denker (21. Juni 2007)
Sie müssten ja nicht nur bei ähnlichem Profil leuchten oder vibrieren. Man müsste sie willkürlich auf eine andere Person richten können und dann sollte das Gerät der anderen Person vibrieren. Bin mir nicht ganz sicher, ob das mit Bluetooth über Distanzen von mehreren Metern laufen würde. Hier kommt der Hammer: Man könnte mehrere Stufen einbauen. Leuchtet die Lampe blau ist das Kennenlernen. Leuchtet sie aber rot heisst das: Lass uns gleich zu mir gehen! Haha. Das wäre was. Ohne Worte! Der Traum aller Männer.

Tellensohn (14. Oktober 2007)
Ich glaube auch, dass so etwas in die Mobiltelefone integriert werden müsste. Sonst kauft doch das niemand. Bluetooth ist wirklich zu schwach. Vielleicht über WLAN?

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