Lampix

Transform any surface into a smart surface

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Ben Tossell@bentossell · Partner, The Upstarters
Not so sure why this is hosting an ICO? Why are tokens being sold for a product like this?
Stuart G. HallHunter@stuartgh · Growth marketing consultant
@bentossell The ICO is to raise funds (called 'PIX') to fund a community of image makers and voters to create the Augmented Reality data on the 'blockchain'. The plan to create one of biggest image databases in the world! In addition, Lampix has decided to offer a database where no single company, and not Lampix neither, will control who has access to the data, and what data should go in the database. Leveraging blockchain technology, Lampix is building a network that rewards users with Lampix tokens, called PIX, to take pictures, describe them and assemble open-source, curated image datasets. Miners can use any device that has a camera with the sufficient resolution, including the company's Lampix device, to submit datasets.
Stuart G. HallHunter@stuartgh · Growth marketing consultant
Not only can Lampix turn any surface into a smart surface, the makers are creating in the process the world's first blockchain-based "image mining" network, with image contributors funded with cryptocurrency. How cool is that?
Sebastián Álvarez@sap323 · Dear Younger Self
@stuartgh I would like to test Lampix for my new restaurant... Is not clear for me what should I do. Thanks
Stuart G. HallHunter@stuartgh · Growth marketing consultant
@sap323 If you give me your contact details, I will arrange for Lampix to be in touch with you including adding you to the proof of concept for Lampix.
Stuart G. HallHunter@stuartgh · Growth marketing consultant
More on how Lampix is taking on the likes of Apple (which will roll out an AR iOS update next month) with its open blockchain powered AR device: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/h...-
Jeroen Visser@jeroenvisser101 · CTO at Uberous
Is there an actual Raspberry Pi in it, or is that just for the prototype?