Convert digital designs into wall art from your smartphone

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This is really cooooool And I don't even have to be good at drawing, right?! This should link up with The Radical Sound Wave cc @TylerMDavis @chelseahaupt
@bentossell @tylermdavis @chelseahaupt That's right, this is the perfect product for the artistically challenged, like mysel... khm... a very good friend of mine :)
@rebaneindrek @bentossell @tylermdavis Yesss! Love when art + technology collide.
Hello Hunters, I'm Henry, Co-Founder of SprayPrinter. We are very exited that SprayPrinter is getting good feedback. SprayPrinter paints digital designs onto walls. It can be a picture of you, your cat, your teenage movie star crush or anything else you like. Just choose your favorite image from our app, put your phone on a tripod, attach a spray-can to the SprayPrinter and start printing. Your smartphone tracks every movement of the printer and knows its exact position all the time. We've achieved that by combining sensor data from the printer with the computing power of the phone. The other key to the quality is the mechanics - superfast electromagnetic valve opening and closing over 200 times per second. This gives you the freedom to move your hand freely just as you would with the regular paintbrush. Let us know what you think and happy hunting!
@henry_patzig it's SO COOL I'd almost feel good at painting
@bentossell Look how the idea has evolved with 10 months :) - SprayPrinter 2.0 - https://www.producthunt.com/post...
i really like the project SprayPrinter! would like to try it)
@sensiblena Thank You for the feedback, it's people like you who keeps our team running :)
@sensiblena Hey! we are back in Product Hunt. Now with SprayPrinter 2.0 - https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Very cool, but I have a few concerns. 1. How will you know you have full coverage? For example if there is a lower right part of the image and you forget, you can't go back and do it again. 2. Switching colors. Is there a flush function? Otherwise the first few sprays of a new color would be mixed.
@joshdance I'm not part of the SprayPrinter team, but seen them actively working on it for last 4 months in @BuilditAcc. 1. Yes, you can go back and forth as many times as you wish. Printer knows where it is and where it has printed already. Can build really cool features like hair with such irregular strokes. 2. Yup, there is a flush while changing the paints/colours
This is a great idea!