Prynt is a case that will print a small, hard-copy of a photo that you take with your smartphone. The size and form factor here really shows how compact a device for printing a photo can be these days.
Here is the idea: Prynt will record a small amount of video around the time when the shutter key is clicked, and then the app can basically assign a physical token to the printed picture, enabling you to view the video. If the printed picture is held in front of the camera while the Prynt app is open, then a “Play” button appears on the smartphone’s screen where the picture is displayed. Hit Play to play the video that was recorded during the picture taking, which is embedded in the image space of the picture. Sound cool? It is. Read on to find out why.
Prynt wants to create a capability where you can take a picture of one thing, and assign a video of something else entirely when the picture is held in front of the camera with the Prynt app running. Prynt plans to launch a campaign on Kickstarter in 2015, where early buyers can get it for only $99. It will support Android and iOS smartphones with screens in the 4.x-inch range at first. Plans are already underway to support phablets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or iPhone 6 Plus as well. It should hold up to 30 sheets of heat-activated ink-paper and the process is said to take about 30 seconds or so. This is a whole new way of looking at pictures and video.
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