Photo-sharing service migrates your photos from the cloud to your cutis

The number of users on Instagram has recently surpassed those on Twitter, speaking volumes about the mediums in which people engage with their friends and devices. In a photo-obsessed culture, taking a photo of yourself, your surroundings, your lunch, your coffee or your outfit of the day just simply isn’t enough anymore.

With the rapidly evolving landscape of interactive photography, our images span from our phones to our desktops to the physical world. INK361, a popular Instagram web browser that allows users to customize their news feed in a “Deck Viewer,” has launched two new products in the market of tangible photography.

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