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iPad GIF Photobooth Can Be Set Up Anywhere

Phhhoto takes pictures at parties and uploads them to a web feed where they can be viewed from any device using a tablet and a light ring.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on February 22, 2013.

Phhhoto is a new type of photobooth that enables party guests to create and share animated GIFs. The social system features a fluorescent ring light that produces great pictures, an iPad with facial recognition software, and a configurable web feed for displaying the “Phhhotos” in real-time.

This modern take on the photobooth gives users a countdown before capturing a few seconds of action and looping it to create a GIF that is instantly shareable and viewable from any device.

GIF Photobooth Uses Just An iPad And Ring Light

Phhhoto has been engineered and tested by creative agency HYPERHYPER. It would be a great system for guests to use at special occasions and parties. A configurable stream is created for each event and animated GIFs can be projected onto a wall or displayed on a television for everyone to enjoy. For companies, Phhhoto can be customized to match their brand, by adding a logo or special camera filter to the GIFs.

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