Razer Ping! contextual notification app lets you do more by saying less…

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Simply point your camera at any object and Razer Ping! will contextualize it into a notification sent to users in the vicinity, or to selected friends.

Let’s face it, communicating with others oftentimes takes longer than it should. Razer thinks it has the solution with a revolutionary new app: Razer Ping! According to the company, this new contextual notification app will redefine the way you interact with people.

Talking’s for chumps–you say it best, when you say nothing at all. Why flap your gums when you could be taking names? Kill leaders make the most out of every second they have, and by using Razer Ping!, you can increase your productivity by an average of 1337%–according to math.

Simply point your camera at any object and Razer Ping! will contextualize it into a notification sent to users in the vicinity, or to selected friends.

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Check out a video of Razer Ping! in action below:

Razer Ping! also allows you to squad up with others in a unique Lunch Master squad system. With this system, you and your squad mates can overcome gastro-indecisiveness: a crippling, debilitating psychological condition where no one can decide on where to eat. Simply point your camera at a suitable lunch place and Razer Ping! will take care of the rest by sending a contextual notification to your squad.

Interested beta testers can sign up on the Razer Ping! website in the link below. Those who do sign up will also be entered to win a Razer Phone 2 (don’t forget to check that box on the sign up page). The draw for the Razer Phone 2 will take place after the contest closes on April 7th at 11:59 pm PT.

What do you think about Razer Ping!? Are you going to sign up for the beta? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter, Facebook, or MeWe.

 Source: Razer
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