Video: Ghostmatrix, the spooky printer

Ghostmatrix is a “weekend hack” that “only took a few months.” Jonathan Foote made this printer, which puts an array of UV LEDs over phosphorescent paper, allowing it to temporarily print letters that fade away like will o’wisps. [via Laughing Squid]

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3 Responses to Video: Ghostmatrix, the spooky printer

  1. redmonkredux says:

    great. the moving finger writes and it fades away. as words and things do

  2. DSMVWL THS says:

    Pointless, yet utterly awesome.

    It’s art!

  3. Doctor Popular says:

    Oh man, that’s awesome. Go Jon!

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