Wasabi is an inkless printer. Its small design and ease of use allows you to print anywhere and everywhere. It prints using Bluetooth®  and holds up to 12 sheets of adhesive-backed paper (Zero InkTM  paper).
It’s like Polaroid re-born.

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Digi-Mug

February 17, 2009


The next generation of photo on a mug.
Coffee mugs with integrated digital photo frames. The Digi-Mug is packed with 1MB of memory that allows you to store about 50 images for playback on its 1.5-inch display using a lithium ion rechargeable battery.

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Fuji Instax Mini Camera

January 11, 2009


Fuji’s Instax Mini camera creates credit card-size photos in a camera that comes in pink, blue, and white.
Polariod may be gone but Fuji has produced the Instax with permission from Polaroid. Though Fuji’s Instax Mini is no Polaroid, it is a great alternative for photographers who like instant gratification. The 5-inch by 5-inch by 2.5-inch camera sells for US$130, and film is about US$1 a photo.

Operation is easy – simply check the LED exposure indicator and press the shutter, a credit card-size instant color photo is ready in minutes – sharp and clear on Fuji instax film. Auto focus; auto flash; built-in lens cover; instructions included.

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Replacing the traditional way of displaying photos in photo frames, Light Affection combines a unique way of displaying and preserving photographs as well as creating a personalized unusual lighting solution. The carved piece magically comes alive when illuminated from behind. The varying thicknesses of the translucent material create the illusion of the original image.

Light Affection™ is based on an old art form called lithophanes. First invented in France in the late 1800’s, Lithophane (Greek for “vision in stone”) is a porcelain engraving that comes alive when illuminated from behind. Today, we create these pieces using modern, long lasting materials to give this unique effect.

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The concept Samsung SS700 designed by Jin Woo Han takes the two great things about digital photography and simplifies them – quickly snapping pictures and showing them off. The slim profile is undercut by a large round barrel for easy gripping. There aren’t any buttons of menu settings to fuss with it. The camera does all the thinking for you. All you do is point and shoot.

 

The screen is large and bright enough to act as a display and with a built-in kick stand, just set it on top of your side table for the family to enjoy.

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Photo Hook

June 20, 2007

I always thought the typical his and her segregation was about blue and pink or just the word his and her. But this here photo hook makes it more personal. Slide a passport sized photo behind the frame to create your very own personalized photo hook.

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Epson’s new top-of-the-PictureMate-line photo printer produce true photo-quality prints at fast speeds, and its built-in combination CD-RW burner and DVD reader make it easy to print from optical discs or to copy your photos from a memory card to a CD… and it looked like an ice bucket… nice and refreshing…

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