Impossible Instant Lab for Apple iPhone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

If you like nostalgic devices like the recently featured Cassette to iPod Converter, then you absolutely love the Instant Lob project the folks at Impossible.

Apple’s iPhone has become our go to device for nearly everything in our daily lives, but there is one thing it has taken over completely for most people out there, and that’s photos. The team at Impossible decided to replicate the feeling of the legendary SX 70, but with your iPhone by converting digital images into the analog instant photos we all know and love so much for our childhood. Seeing that Impossible owns the last Polaroid film factory, they have promised to develop this product if they meet their goal on Kickstarter. Check out the Instant Lab in the video below.

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