The Polaroid company announced last month that it will stop making instant film next year. Save Polaroid
is lobbing Fuji Film and Illford to license the instant film technology and save the product. For a good link about the history and current state of Polarod watch this video
by Michael Blanchard.
posted by doug3505
on Mar 12, 2008 -
Would you like a latte while I print that up for you?
The Espresso Book Machine
) that was in the New York Public Library
has just moved to the Northshire Bookstore
in Vermont. The beta versions of this portable book-making machine are pumping out paperbacks around a book a minute at the Open Content Alliance, The Library of Alexandria, The New Orleans Public Library, and the University of Alberta. The mass produced commercial version of the machine is scheduled to roll off the assembly line within the year and will be priced between $50,000 and $20,000. Combined with one of these
, publishing as we know it may never be the same. [more inside]
posted by Toekneesan
on Mar 7, 2008 -
Instant Design at the touch of a button
More good news for designers -- not only has the ad market bottomed out, now this software from move design
spits out instant layouts. Just add the text you want, choose the style, and hit Ctrl-G. The results are surprisingly tasteful. Is this the end of design as we know it, or just a toy for generating new ideas? Would you like fries with that?
posted by fellorwaspushed
on Sep 10, 2001 -