Key Control

Finder is a two-part RFID Locator comprising of the main terminal and tab stickers. Basically you are supposed to stick the tracking stickers to objects that you tend to misplace often, like keys, phone, wallet etc. Configure the sticker with the appropriate label on the main terminal and you are set to use it. No more lost keys again, yay!

Designers: Chu Wang, Qiujin Kou, Qian Yin & Yonghua Zhang

215 Comments

  • jenn says:

    It looks like the actual Finder is your phone. If it’s an app that does the finding, then you’d use the phone. One hopes they link the app to a website so that you can also find your phone, should you lose that too!

  • BB says:

    Is this gadget real or is it just an idea…concept? This would be awesome for not only the elderly, but, people with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
    If this does exist somewhere in this world, please let me know how much it costs and where is it available.
    Thanks….🎀

  • whitney says:

    Where can i buy some?

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  • scott says:

    would it be possible to incorporate this technology with a smart phone?

  • Sharon Garrison says:

    If there’s a STICKER THAT’S SMALL ENOUGH to put on a pair of EYEGLASSES or SUNGLASSES then I will buy several of these!! 🙂

  • randall says:

    The finder needs to be your phone

  • George says:

    Can I buy it?

  • George says:

    50-100$

  • Henry says:

    Nice.
    You can buy simmilar RFID FINDER here:

    http://www.myoseeker.com

    It works up to 5-6 meters and remembers 3 960 objects.

  • Mao says:

    How much would you pay for it?

  • Mao says:

    How much would you pay for it tho?

  • Mao says:

    Not in the market. But how much would you pay for it?

  • Cloud Tan says:

    Would it function if it is use in a big compound area, example shopping mall/school. And what would be the approximate maximum distance it may still operate with accuracy?

  • abrar says:

    How can i get it

  • John Lange says:

    Now if only there were a way to get one.

  • bree says:

    I was about to get so excited…My kids are always taking and losing things. It would be nice to find my phone, keys, remote, etc. and I cant find anything like this.

  • Sandy says:

    Would love to get one to attach to my pet’s collar. The “finder stickers” out on the market now are much too bulky for our small cat who has a tendency to escape our yard. Please let us know when this product would be available!

  • Swaroop Radhakrishnan says:

    how can I get this from where I can buy, what are the limitations like max distance it would be track perfectly.

  • Christine Galligan says:

    Alzheimer’s patients would benefit from such a device

  • Tina says:

    My toddler just lost part of a conductive hearing aid (vibration section between headband & skull), if this was available at the size shown I would have attached to both sections of hearing aid on not spend a week looking for lost section. Would love this when available

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