Send your Valentine message the ‘techy’ way
We wanted to show that, despite tech’s sometimes hard exterior, we’re all softies inside and just to prove it we have pulled together some of our favourite ‘techy’ ways to show someone you love them this Valentine’s, so put down the roses and pick up the gadgets.
This little gem shows you how to send someone you love the perfect heart equation. Simply copy the code below, paste into Google and whisk your valentine of their feet with this simple and unique valentines message.
(sqrt(?cos(?x))*?cos(?300*?x)+?sqrt(?abs(?x))-?0.7)*?(4-?x*?x)^?0.01, sqrt(?6-?x^?2), ?sqrt(?6-?x^?2)
Why not go all out and tell someone you love them in a 50ft message broadcasted to the nation? This year you can do just that, simply tweet your message using the hashtag #loveisallaround and see your love spread across the BT Tower.
Send e-cards like never before with Jibjab, upload you and your sweetheart’s faces, assign your favourite song and then share the result with all your friends or keep it personal just between you and your valentine.
Ok so it’s not really that techy but we love it anyway. This year you could wow your valentine with Facebook as Heineken have created a pretty cool Valentine’s Day Facebook App that will let you create your own personalised song with a few simple clicks of your mouse.
Much like Heineken’s Facebook app, O2 have decided to use social media to help you spread your personalised message to your loved one. Using Twitter user’s messages, the O2 Cupids will record your personalised message and post it via YouTube videos. To play, simply tweet your message to @O2 and include the hashtag #O2Cupid.
These are some of our favourite tech fuelled valentine message that our out there, but if you come across more please do share the love and leave a comment below this post. And if you just can’t get enough of the lovey tech, why not continue reading how this Valentine’s Y-cam could be your shining Knight.