Social Media scapes from the screen Wallit app creates virtual wall in physical places
Wallit allows users to view and “post” to virtual walls located around the world in the same way they do to a friend’s or business’s social network profile providing a unique glimpse into a collection of content that was created by people who were actually there. Unlike other geo-location apps, Wallit allows people to see who else is present, interact with one another and leave their mark at settings as varied as a high school graduation to a first kiss shared below the Eiffel Tower.
Another timely example includes the ability to write on Wallit walls located at Apple Stores during the upcoming iPad 3 launch. People can post their own reactions and discover what others are saying about the new product. Because the app is location-based, only those who are in Apple retail locations can write on the Apple Wallit walls. The possibilities for connecting with others at public virtual walls, or for businesses to capture customer sentiment, are endless.
Wallit socializes augmented reality experiences. Its geo-social app is a platform for people to create one-of-a-kind multi-media messages on virtual walls located around the world. Going far beyond a check in, Wallit is a new kind of geo-social network that exhibits the character of places. Its virtual walls provide a canvas for people to discover and share sentiments. Wallit sparks intrigue as walls are revealed through Smartphones, unveiling location-specific content and inviting opportunity to connect with others who are there. By capturing people’s sentiments on virtual walls created during the moments they spent there, Wallit.s videos and observations open up, for the first time, the opportunity to preserve location-specific experiences.