Austrian Designer Creates Interactive OLED Photobooth
Design website Designboom recently introduced a creative interactive OLED photobooth designed by Vienna-based designer Talia Radford of Talia Ystudio and media artists Jonas Bohatsch at Vienna Design Week 2013. The photo booth uses Osram's high-tech OLED mirrors, which acts as a flash and display in conjunction with a camera that creates instant lo-fi thermal image print outs, according to the Designboom article.
Two conductive plates are on the bottom of the contraption. Photos are shot when skin contact occurs between two people standing on the plates, and for about 20 seconds OLEDs flash and develop pictures onto a small scroll of paper. Click here to see the device in action.Talia Ystudio Thermobooth pictured from afar. (Photo Courtesy ofTalia Ystudio)Two people interacting on the Thermobooth. (Photo Courtesy ofTalia Ystudio)Thermobooth's OLED mirrors lit up.(Photo Courtesy ofTalia Ystudio)Close up of OLED mirrors.(Photo Courtesy ofTalia Ystudio)Find more info:http://www.renesola.com/led-shoebox-light-fixture/
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