Facadeprinter is a new communication tool generic drugs without prescription created by product designers Martin Fussenegger , Michael Sebastian and engineer Julian Adenauer , as part of their search for new aesthetics and ways of communications they have created an interesting an fun product with lots of potential and application fields, the one that most calls my attention could be about using the facadeprinter in case of disaster situations where it can be easily integrated in the efforts to communicate messages like pointing out danger zones or medical facilities.
About the Facade Printer
The Facadeprinter is a simple, software controlled robot. The printer shoots the artwork from a distanced position dot by dot onto the chosen area. The Facade Printer has the capability of print on inaccessible an uneven surfaces.
The maximum print distance is 12 meters, the maximum print height is around 8 meters. The shooting frequency is up to 5 dots per second.
Some Applications for Facade Printer
– Large Scale Distance Printing: From a distance of up to 12 meters, the artwork is applied shot by shot onto the surface — this allows printing on targets which are typically inaccessible.
– Live Performance : The Facadeprinter in action is a great spectacle – as with a ‘magic pen’ the image gradually appears on the wall, making the process of marking and drawing by the machine a visually striking performance and display for the viewer.
– Outlook | Communication in a Crisis: The Facadeprinter can be integrated into efforts of post disaster relief. The machine’s printing process allows the quick installation of new visual communications, for example medical facilities, sources of fresh water supply, danger zones or collection points can be communicated effectively.
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