The OKSU Digital Data Printer Delivers Visuals And Virtual Links
Nowadays it’s not easy to remember all the useful sites you’ve visited and articles you’ve read. And it is almost impossible to remember it accidentally – we all tend to forget things that are not in front of our eyes.
OKSU is a compact cube-shaped data printer concept by Alex Zhulin that instantly prints Post-It sized cards of a link or a song, and makes it possible to literally hand out a link to a business associate or to make a tangible collection of an articles from a magazines on iPad. There is no need for cartridges because of Z-INK paper, which has built-in color pigments. If you put the printed card on an iPad, the NFC chip technology automatically loads the contents. ❚