Imagine any conference, meetup, fair or similar event. After speakers finish their presentations, spectators are looking forward to a coffee break to eat chat with the speakers or other listeners. Someone is looking for developers, someone is looking forward to invest some money, someone just wants to collect opinions about the usefulness of his startup, etc. People get into the cycle of communication with the hope of establishing profitable business contacts. Although many people exchange paper business cards, most of them end up in the urn later. But as soon as augmented reality integrates into the world of social networks, such problems will no longer arise as business card will become interactive, more informative and consequently more necessary.
Since our social network's target audience is businessmen, that is, people who often participate in such kind of events, so in order not to lose the opponent's contact information if a paper business card went missing (in our hectic world anything can happen), the scanning function would just appear useful — that is, the ability to quickly scan a paper business card right at the conference, after which its data immediately goes to the social network where all information is stored and the person will not only keep the contacts of the new acquaintance safe, but also be able to familiarize himself