Summer’s not quite over yet, and families who are squeezing in one last vacation at the Great Wolf Lodge water park in Grand Mound, Wash., have a fun new option for automatically sharing their photos via Facebook. The resort chain already uses guests’ RFID-enabled wristbands as room keys and in-house charge accounts; now guests at this location can also sign up at a dedicated kiosk to link the wristbands to their Facebook accounts. Then, at five camera-equipped posts in the park, they can simply wave the wristband and automatically upload a photo to their Facebook wall.
This seems like a natural extension of the NUI concept — what could be more natural than waving at the camera? It’s one more way to bring the online and offline worlds together seamlessly.
yeah, but if you don't want to be waving your hand in the picture, it's unfortunate wasted motion.
Lol, good point! Imagine how many pics were taken to pick the one they posted here.