The Confession Message Printer Exposes Your Lies

By: Michael Nieto - Jan 26, 2014
References: sweet-tech-studio & gizmodo
This message printer can expose your personal confessions from social networking sites. The confession machine printer was designed by Liat Segal who developed a concept of printing coded confessions rather than traditional printers. It features 16 ultraviolet LEDs to ‘print’ messages on a static surface where it comes out in blue faded ink.

The message is revealed and then faded as an exposure of intimate but anonymous confessions. The text is gathered from various social networks that were made public but then translated into a confession. This unique message printer can actually determine what you posted was a lie in public with complete accuracy. This message printer is still a concept but would be useful for transcribing and verifying personal information.