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Candy Magic: Neiman creates candy machine powered by social media [VIDEO]

Facebook 'Likes' are nice and all, but wouldn't they be sweeter if you got a handful of jelly beans every time you got a new fan?

One of Neiman's projects: a candy machine powered by Facebook likes.

Facebook ‘Likes’ are nice and all, but wouldn’t they be sweeter if you got a handful of jelly beans every time you got a new fan?

That’s the idea behind Neiman‘s Candy Magic tool, an Arduino-powered candy dispenser that is hooked up to your organization’s Facebook page. The Center City marketing firm showed it off at Warby Parker founder Neil Blumenthal‘s talk during Philly Tech Week, it’s only public showing so far.

Watch it in action below and read more on Neiman’s blog.

Companies: Neiman / Warby Parker
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