MIT 'Quickies' RFID Transmit Paper

MIY 'Quickie' notes are RFID-enabled Post-it Notes able to communicate their content to cellphones and beyond.


(MIT 'Quickie' notes video)

Science fiction fans may recall the transmit paper from Frank Herbert's The Godmakers.

Behind him there was the sound of a scratchy stylus rasping across transmit-paper as the Investigation-Adjustment operative made notes on the interview they had just completed. The paper was transmitting a record of the words to the operative's waiting ship.
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