Alright, we'll just set aside the fact that the launch of the Kodak Wrist Kiosk was an April Fools' Day joke and consider it purely as a compelling concept. Circulated around the blogosphere, this cutting-edge wrist-worn techcessory suggests that the capabilities of a full-sized Kodak kiosk might be condensed to the size of a chronograph, making it easy for one to make hard copies of his pictures on his very own arm.
The designer of this apparently cutting-edge device has made it to visually complement the life-size version of the photo booth that you can find it print shops and department stores. A small slot in the top of the Kodak Wrist Kiosk would accommodate a microSD card, a touchscreen face lets you input commands and a slit in the bottom dispenses your tiny printed snapshots.
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