Today we live in a world where everything is digitized, and lives in a virtual space – but where did that come from? How did it used to be? Back in the analog era of media sharing, we experienced something that was tangible. When we gave someone photos, they received them in its original state – the quality had not been compromised, and its intended privacy was retained. Today in the digital area, we have many new ways to transfer this media, but are they really better? Technology such as email, Flicker, Facebook and Dropbox improved newer distributive technologies, yet they lack the same quality and privacy of an analog transfer.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT
Re-imagine how to distribute and share photos with a good quality
A way to distribute photos without charging subscription fee
Improve privacy in photo sharing