March 7, 2016 AT 1:00 pm

This Arduino Powered Machine Prints Photos with Drops of Coffee

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Super cool work from RIT photography Professor Ted Kinsman!

Nice write up on PetaPixel:

The printer is powered by an Arduino microcontroller with 32KB of memory, which allows it to store and print an ~80×100-pixel photograph. The photos are low-resolution, so they’re best appreciated from a distance. And it does print human faces pretty well.

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