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Swyp | See What You Print

Some time ago we featured a spectacular project by Artefact named WVIL, by many considered the future of photography. Well, this may be the future of printers. The SWYP is a printer that allows you radically simple editing and printing, it shows you exactly what the printed page will look like, and makes it as simple as possible to edit and format the print. Margins and scaling can be easily previewed and edited on the touch-screen before printing. Watch the video.



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SWYP: See What You Print from Artefact on Vimeo.



DESK COLLECTION | BY GROOVEMADE | Image

DESK COLLECTION | BY GROOVEMADE

Groovemade have presented the new Desk Collection, a beautiful upgrade to your workspace that increases both your ergonomic comfort and productivity. The elegant handcrafted collection includes a monitor stand, keyboard tray, mouse pad, wrist pad, pen cup, paperclip holder, two styles of planter, a desk lamp and a ruler. The collection is now available in either maple or walnut at Grovemadeīs online store. ...
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LSTN SATELLITE SPEAKER

The LSTN Satellite is a small wooden speaker thatīs full of punch with up to 10 hours of high quality sound through its 5W speaker. These handcrafted speakers use the latest Bluetooth technology, with just two quick steps to get them connected. You also get a built-in microphone which enables you to take calls or record voice memos. LSTN Satellite Speaker also has social side to its business; a part of the proceeds from its sale is destined to help the Starkey Heari...
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EAT N TOOL XL | BY CRKT | Image

EAT N TOOL XL | BY CRKT

The Eat N Tool XL is a handy multi tool that features a spoon, fork, and a bottle opener, perfect for taking along your hiking and travels. It also includes a box wrench, driver/pry tool, and a can opener. It also comes equipped with a carabiner for convenient transport. This is a slightly bigger version of the original EatN Tool designed by revolutionary designer Liong Mah. ...
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