An app that allows users to take a picture of any object, match it against the Universal Registry of Things and instantly evaluate or learn about its potential for reuse and upcycling.
The app allows citizens, members of zero waste initiatives, repair professionals or anyone interested to quickly evaluate the potential value of an object, and find information on how to reuse it.
Point and Reuse is mainly a user/citizen interface for the Universal Registry of Things.
"So I guess- I don’t know about you guys really, but what I’ve noticed, there is a- For example, the food mixers I work on, these Kenwood Chefs, a lot of them, different variants. To replace those with the modern equivalent would be between £200 and £400. But the repair would be a tenth, roughly, to me, of that purchase. So the old item, it doesn’t matter how old it is, still has value."
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