Real estate could benefit from this iPhone picture printer concept

May 4, 2011

Polaroid concept phone- this is great!

The new concept is an iPhone case that is a Polaroid printer and if it made it to market, real estate could really benefit.

The case prints photos like a Polaroid camera which is great timing given that those old timey shakey Polaroid films are no longer in production.

One of the features that we think is really useful to real estate is the ability to print a geo tagged map and QR code.

Imagine you’re in the field and you get a listing agreement signed, take a few photos and send them to your photo blog (we recommend Posterous) so you have a single URL, then tell your iPhone case to print out the best picture which will produce a QR code (point it to your single URL where you not only post pictures but the address and some basic details with a “coming soon” message) and a map. Print out ten and put them on the doors of neighbors. Voila, a five minute project including walking and you’re showing your value right before your client’s eyes.

The uses are endless, what creative ways would you use the concept phone cover for?

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Lani is the Chief Operating Officer at The American Genius and sister news outlet, The Real Daily, and has been named in the Inman 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders several times, co-authored a book, founded BASHH and Austin Digital Jobs, and is a seasoned business writer and editorialist with a penchant for the irreverent.

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