Brother laser printer startup Brother has been quietly launching the latest model in its family of cheap photo printing services.
The company, which was founded by two brothers, announced its first-ever Kickstarter campaign, which raised over $100,000.
The printer is a simple plastic device that prints an image of a user’s face onto a sheet of paper, which can then be used to create prints and posters of that face.
The device is the result of a partnership with MakerBot, which created the first laser printer in 2011.
The printer can print up to 16,000 images a second, but Brother has a number of other features that make it an attractive option for those who want to get a bit more creative with their prints.
First, Brother’s printers have a proprietary sensor that scans your face and detects your mouth, nose and eye movements.
These sensors allow Brother to create an accurate rendition of your face, which is then used to print the desired image.
Brother also uses an array of sensors to detect the angle and shape of your eyes, and to make sure that your eyes are aligned correctly with the rest of your body.
The sensors can detect different facial expressions, including smiling and frowning.
These can then make the image appear more realistic.
When the printer senses the user’s expression, it adjusts the printing speed to create a sharper image.
Finally, Brother can also scan your eyes and other body parts to create high-resolution images of the face.
These are then used for prints and poster designs, which are also available for those interested in using them as a digital photo editing tool.
Brother says that it’s currently working on creating a high-quality, high-res, photo-editing tool, but it isn’t releasing a product just yet.
While Brother’s printer is relatively small and inexpensive, its creators are not taking it for granted.
Brother is already using the technology to create print-friendly posters that will help people who want a more traditional approach to photo editing.