Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Honey, I Shrunk Your Computer
This is rather interesting... using special paper (think Polaroid - who helped with development), Zink's photo printer is hardly larger than an iPod. Its prints, too, are small, but they're planning to offer a 3x5 photo printer soon. Supposedly similar technology to the Polaroids, but far clearer photos, thinner and no white border around
the photos. (And no, you still don't need to shake the picture to make it appear.)
Combine that with a smart phone and Explay's tiny projector and you've got an interactive presentation (with souvenirs) in just a few cargo pant pockets.
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