The History of Post-It Notes Just Got Smarter
The little yellow sticky note we all know and love was invented by Dr. Spencer Silver and Art Fry at 3M company in 1980. It helped people communicate with each other in many creative ways. Since then, 3m has tried hard to catch up with the modern digital world of mobile phones and tablets but the sticky note has remained the same until now.
Introducing The Smart Digital Momento Note
In 2014, Chi Huynh, an award-winning jewelry designer, invented and patented a new kind of smart jewelry called Momento Pearl, which allows the wearer to store voice recordings, photos, and videos in a pearl necklace - a new kind of digital locket. In 2016, Mr. Huynh incorporated this technology into other products like smart business cards and smart sticky notes that were privately used within the company. He loves to use the smart sticky note as a reminder for inventory of gems, pearls, diamonds, manufacturing processes, and instruction manuals for jewelers. His wife, Linh, finds the smart sticker very useful when reviewing invoices by tapping her phone to the sticker and being able to see a photo of the gem, its shapes, and colors without having the actual product with the invoice, even months after it was bought. Nowadays, it is hard to live without this smart sticky note. He said, "I want my note to do more, I want to add voice recording, photos, and videos to the physical note." We realized this smart note can be very useful for many people and companies around the world who wish to save time and increase productivity with a new kind of reminder - the smart Momento Note reminder. After years of using and testing at Galatea, we are ready to bring it to market. Finally, in 2023, we give you the smart digital Momento Note. It's here to change the way we use sticky notes. Now you can save messages, photos, and videos in the Momento Note. Others can tap their phone to the Momento Note and it instantly plays back your messages. The amazing thing about the Momento Note is that others don't need an app to read your messages. Just think of it as your wireless USB flash drive.
Pat. NO. US20190122010A1 “Method and apparatus for virtually writing to a nfc chip”