This is something of a departure.
Passage has been impressively successful, not only in terms of popularity and market uptake, but also as a proving ground for the core Peekabu technology. Validating the performance of user-created images as recognisable tokens was always one of the key user aims of the Passage project, and the lessons learned in building the apps have been phenomenally instructive. So much so, that we're trying something new, something we've been talking about for a long time.
We're going to do a one-week build. One week of focussing our team on one, single project that uses the tools and codebase we've built up in a new way. The project will combine computer vision, mobile payments, and user-created media in a brand new way.
It's not going to be easy. It will demand a lot more of our skills than we've put in to day. It may not work at all. But we're not giving up without a fight.
Today we're announcing Project Cheq. It's a working title. It's a work in progress. We'll write up the whole thing over the course of the week, the good and the bad. No matter what, it'll be fun.
Stay tuned. We can't wait to show you.