GPS coin – “Inbi-OUT”

inbi-gps-coinThe Inbi-Out is  innovative design concept in the form of a GPS coin which will help you making decision where you should go.

Indecisive? How about a GPS coin called the Inbi-Out to make all your decisions. File this under “not gonna happen anytime soon,” but it’s nice to fantasize. The Inbi-Out coin tosses a 50/50 chance of where you should eat, drink, hang out, etc.., and displays the final decision on a tiny embedded screen complete with GPS coordinates and directions. It’ll also record every destination you go to into some magical databank for future reference (or dystopian spying). Too soon?

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Designer: Ju-Wei Chen

Source: Yanko Design

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