Photos: No place to hide at RFID tracking party

Photos: No place to hide at RFID tracking party

Summary: Everyone at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's RFID reception will know if you've spent too much time at the bar.

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  • RFID tag

    Visitors of the MoMA's reception on Thursday evening were given a RFID tag to wear. Each tag was implanted with a unique number that could be tracked when it came within range of one of the RFID tag readers.

  • RFID readings

    This output from the RFID tag reader, compiled by a Java program, was beamed on a screen and updated every minute. Each vertical column indicates a separate RFID tag. The colors show where in the room the tag was read. Newer arrivals are to the right, and black means that the person left the reception.

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