French make smartphone case to print photos




Two French have made a smart phone case that allows users with their device captured images to print. They are going to show the case in electronics CES in January and then put the project on Kickstarter.

The case, which named Prynt inherited, according to the creators for phones with a screen between 4 “and 5”. The case allows users to print thirty pictures per battery charge. Thus, the operation is somewhat similar to that of an old-Polaroid camera. Printing takes about thirty seconds, so say the makers across TechCrunch.

Photos must be taken with the special Prynt app. In addition, the app takes not only a picture, but he also takes the moments around the time the picture is taken. A video of it can be viewed by opening the camera mode in the app and keep the printed image to the camera. The videos will be uploaded to the servers of Prynt, and can only be viewed with the printed photo. The creators of the app want to make sure that can really only with the original, not with printed copies.

French automakers, which began in January with the project, go to the version that is on display in January at CES Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and the US put the project then on Kickstarter. They are asking $ 99, converted about 80 euros for the cover. Reorder ink goes through the app.


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