Hong Kong


Portfolio 04

NFC Sensory Stimulant

Patent No. :  US8855563 (Panasonic)   |   US8988198 (Nokia)

Descriptions:  US8855563

  • A communication apparatus that employs near-field communication (NFC)

  • Allows history information leading to a malfunction to be transmitted upon being disposed close to a reader-writer apparatus

  • Includes operation history detection, error detection unit, system control unit and more


  • Sensory feedback in electronic devices and, more particularly, to tags (e.g.: NFC) that provide sound, smell, and/or haptic feedback to a user

  • NFC tags are able to stimulate one or more senses, such as the human senses of sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste via other device activations

  • Sensory feedback is provided via tangible objects, where only minimal cost (e.g.: a few cents) is added to the production or manufacture of such objects

Potential Areas of Applications :

  • Precautionary Warnings

  • Electronic Appliances

  • Remote Mentoring

  • Advertising / Marketing

Proposed Schemes :

Assignment Basis 8% - 12% equity taken

* Schemes are subjected to business model and are open for discussion.

IP Originated by :