Wouldn’t it be great if we could not only share a photo via social media but also as a physical print to family and friends? Well, now you can do that, share physical print along with the social media around the world, all at once, without physically mailing anything. LifePrint is an app, a portable printer, and a worldwide social printer network that provides an unparallel photo experience to its users.
What makes this upstart company different is that you can create Augmented Reality photos and even print those pictures from your iPhone or Android Smartphone using the pocket-sized printer. Users can simply print the photos shared with them by their friends or family with using the LifePrint printer.
Some of the amazing features and specs of this social networking app cum photo printer are:
- It adds Augmented Reality to the normal photos
- Enables users to have all the photos from social media sites at one place
- Allows users to share photos anywhere around the world
- World’s first GoPro printer
- The only printer that supports Apple Live Photos
- Provides various options to like, reshare and comment on a photo
- Comes with ruggedized cases
- Uses Zink Paper
- Has in-built photo editing options
- Is portable as it uses Bluetooth instead of any wired connection
- Is compatible with Android, iOS and GoPro
- Printer Dimension: 5 inches x 3 inches x 1 inch (length x width x thickness)
- Printer Weight: 7 oz (200 g)
- Photo Size: 50mm x 76 mm (2 inches x 3 inches)
- Battery: Lithium Ion (USB Rechargeable)
- Number of prints(when fully charged): 10 to 15 photos
- Battery Charge Time: Approximately 1 hour
- Compatible with: iPhone 5S and newer, Samsung Galaxy S5 and above, GoPro Hero 3 and above, and GoPro Session
- Film capacity: 10 prints
- Printing Time: Approximately 30 seconds
- Printing Process: Zink Thermal Printing
- Warranty: 1-year full warranty
This printer is available for sale at $149 and the special prints costs about 40 cents per piece.
The most magical feature of the LifePrint is the Hyperphoto technology that uses AR to make your photos come to life, so you can view up to 15 seconds of video that is linked to any image that has used this technology. This will also allow you to print your favorite GIFs and watch them come to life. You can also refer this as a Harry Porter mode – magical, isn’t it?