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Wearable Instagram: Can Two Designers Revolutionize Photo Printing?

The Lumi Process brings photography printing into the sunlight, and let's people print on any natural fabric.

These days many avid photographers don't really think about printing their work, content to let it live on their phones, external hard drives, and social networks. But a new textile printing method that lets photographers, designers, and craftspeople print directly onto any natural fiber could change that mindset.

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Burritob0t: A 3D Tex Mex Printer of Hangover Helpers

Behold: the burrito of the future, created with precision through an iPhone app.

Have you ever dreamed of a warm, tortilla-wrapped bundle of joy after a long night out or on a bleary-eyed morning, only to find your favorite taco shop closed? Maybe you just have an unhealthy addiction to these penny-saving, bean, meat, cheese, or anything-filled savory and cylindrical meals that will fill you up pronto.

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Print A Forest Turns Your Printer into a Tree-Planting Machine

What if every 100 pages you print (re)planted a tree?


Joe Miller wants to put an ad on the bottom of every page you print, from your work to your school library. He's even eyeing your own personal inkjet for a media buy.

"This is starting with something small, like a piece of paper, and turning it into something large, like a tree," Joe Miller says, explaining the concept of his brand new startup Print A Forest. He sells banner ads that his software slaps onto the bottom of your printed page, and then he puts the money toward reforestation projects. For every 100 pages you print with his ads at the bottom, he'll plant a tree.

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