[MWC 2017 Preview] SketchOn Will Introduce Human Harmless Skin Printer ‘Prinker’

SketchOn will be exhibiting the skin printer ‘Prinker’ at K-ICT Device Lab in ‘MWC 2017′ held in Barcelona, ​​Spain from February 27 to March 2.

Prinker is a skin expression solution platform that draws the image that anyone desires. You can purchase your favorite images from the online marketplace, and you can express your own images in your skin. The actual printing time is about 1 second, and it takes about 30 seconds to 1 minute to include the content searching time and the preprocessing time.

The ink used by Prinker is harmless to the human body since it is made from materials certified by the FDA. For printed images, they have a durability of about one day, so consumers can enjoy it for a day or so and can easily erase it with water and soap when they want to erase it.

Prinkers can be used in many ways as well as means of self-expression. If a child loses a parent, they may stamp their parents’ contacts on the children’s skin, or they can substitute an existing ticket and draw a ticket on the skin. Furthermore, if you ink a color-changing pigment in the heat of about 40 degrees, it can be a more interesting and familiar process for children who feel uncomfortable with the process of body temperature.

SketchOn met with many consumers from LA KCON, Brazil Rio Olympic Games, Berlin IFA Show, Finnish SLUSH, and US CES, with prototypes made up to July 2016. In the future, the company plans to advance to the European market through the Chinese market after mass production.

The global news network Aving News, which has delivered the most issues of CES, MWC and IFA, the world’s top three tech exhibitions over the past decade, will also send a special report team to the MWC to report major issues in the market. Also, as part of ‘MADE IN KOREA & MADE BY KOREA’ project, it will find companies from Korea who participated in the exhibition and introduce them to all over the world.

→ Go to ‘MWC 2017′ Special Page

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