World Patent Marketing Invention Team Unveils "Unforgotten", A New Mobile App Invention That Uses Technology To Remember The Dearly Departed

MIAMI, Fla., May 31, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, announces the Unforgotten Application, a mobile app invention designed to provide access to the information about the deceased with the use of a bar code.

"The Funeral Homes market is worth $16 billion,"says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "The industry's revenue is projected to improve slightly during the next five years. As the population ages, the number of deaths is anticipated to increase."

"When a loved one passes on, people would naturally visit their loved one's grave to feel closer to them," says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. "And in many cases, people desire to put in additional information on gravestones as a memorial to their loved ones. The Unforgotten Application will provide a bar code on a tombstone which can be accessed to gain information about the deceased individual."

The Unforgotten Application is designed to add more information on a tombstone. It is a mobile application software which provides access to a deceased person's memorial information in the form of audio, text, images, or videos. In order to access these information, a bar code is affixed to the surface of a tombstone or any physical object in a grave. This bar code can be accessed and scanned by a mobile device such as a Smart phone. Simply scan the bar code and gain access to the deceased person's memorial information.

"It has been our dream to make it possible for anyone to share the legacy of their lost with the world. We hope your loved ones are unforgotten," says inventor Mitchell C. "The Unforgotten Application is something that will provide a personalized way of remembering a deceased loved one. It makes uses of a bar code which will then provide access to photos, videos, audio and text about the deceased individual without having to install a separate electronic device on a tombstone."