Unlock Doors With the NFC Equipped CalypsoCase for iPhone [Video]

Unlock Doors With the NFC Equipped CalypsoCase for iPhone [Video]

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The NFC CalypsoCase for iPhone hides a CalypsoKey that lets you unlock doors with just a tap.

Featuring the missing identification potentials of your iPhone. We are introducing sensational new near field communication (NFC) possibilities for your iPhone with the CalypsoKey. Replace your keys. Open doors. Access your apartment. Check in at your office building. Open the garage. All with just a short wireless tap of your CalypsoCase. No apps and no charging are needed.

How it works:
The CalypsoKey has two antennas, covering two spectrums at the same time. That way most of worldwide RFID access points are covered and you can use the CalypsoKey for numerous occasions.

Each transmitter has its own unique secured ID. This ID is used by the access points when they look up in their database if this ID is permitted to access and enter. You need to pair your locking system with your CalypsoKey and you are ready to enter only by tapping your CalypsoCase with CalypsoKey to the access point.

The Calypso Key is available for CalypsoRing, CalypsoLoop and CalypsoCabrio case designs. Kaba locking systems are recommended.

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Unlock Doors With the NFC Equipped CalypsoCase for iPhone [Video]

ariesjones - June 17, 2014 at 1:23pm
The technology really gone to far and even more sophisticated, it's never been this way before. The use of mobile phones technology and with the innovative NFC aspects, household facilities can now controllable by only use of smartphones, it bypass the use of remote control, but it indeed give new name to digital technology. Luxury living, may have chance to have door like this, not like me, I only got ordinary interior door from Caldwells Store near Bay Area, San Francisco, you can visit url of caldwells.com for more info.
Chris - February 2, 2013 at 4:44am
NFC is cool but I don't see the iPhone adopting this yet because there's not enough market yet for it's deployment. I like passbook & hope more businesses adapt to it like Starbucks; target & other various company's.
AMrk - February 2, 2013 at 4:17am
i would rather have barometric lock with fingerprint then nfc. I lose phone lot, but I don't lost my fingers unless someone cut them off!
Quidam - February 2, 2013 at 3:37pm
Unless you want a lock to operate based on air pressure, I think you meant BIOmetric.
ansar123 - February 2, 2013 at 1:40am
this is so fake iphone dose not have nfs
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