"Watch Lifeprint mobile prints come to life through your iPhone"
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Watch Lifeprint mobile prints come to life through your iPhone
There are hyperphotos printed with Lifeprint's $130 bluetooth printer, and viewed with the company's app, currently available only on iOS.
The app basically lets you virtually attach a video clip, a gif, an Apple iPhoto, or even an entirely different photo to a print and that attached media is only viewable if you point your iPhone's camera at it.
Creating one is simple, just pick a photo or video clip from your camera roll or social network Trim up to ten seconds of it.
Pull a single frame to print or choose another photo altogether.
Edit it and print.
Life print uses a thin 2x3 inch paper that costs about 50 cents a print.
Once it's done, just view it with the app and it comes to life.
Your friends and family will need to download [UNKNOWN] iOS app to view the hyper photo that they don't need to have an account.
Life print is a social network too though.
So you can share your images with anyone on the network and if they have a printer, they can have the same hyper photo experience and if you delete the hyper photo, the print just becomes a regular print But really, what fun is that?
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