Do you remember when communication was established by smoke signals?
By attaching notes onto pigeons? By 28.8k modems? Neither do we. We know how to send text messages, share
pictures via our smartphones, and chat with our friends on social networks. But despite the
fact that we live in a hyper-connected world, do we remember the last time we chatted with a
fellow commuter on the bus, or caught a fleeting glance from a cute girl/guy from across the
coffee shop? With some social networks projected to have over one billion users by the end of
2012, we've seen a monumental shift of "social" from the physical world to the virtual world.
At Ekata Systems, we fundamentally believe that a fulfilling social experience should not be one
that is solely digital. A rich social experience is one that is also analog, visceral, and experiential.
Through technology, Ekata Systems aims to bring back the personal social experience by uniting
people through shared experiences in the physical world. And our first step (of many)? Tapestry.
Tapestry brings back the intimacy, joy, and the nostalgia, of the act of remembering.
Share the memories you've captured on your device with family and friends who are
physically around you in a synchronized slideshow experience.