Philippe Starck's 'Photo-Me Photobooth' is Technologically Advanced

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 7, 2011 • References: photo-me & psfk
Like Polaroid and Lomography, classic photo booths hold a special place in people's hearts, and the Photo-Me Photobooth puts a contemporary spin on this classic product. This modernized version of iconic portrait stations stays true to its roots, while introducing some advanced features and contemporary interior designs.

Re-designed by famous French product designer Philippe Starck, the Photo-Me Photobooth boasts a fixed red plastic stool that glows, and an adjustable camera so that people don't have to slump or crane awkwardly to fit in the frame. It also features a USB port to save images to, as well as a touchscreen display that connects to Facebook and emails.

If you're looking for the perfect mugshot, this booth is the ideal solution. Stats for Modernized Portrait Stations Trending: Older & Chilly
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