Kodak Enhances Its Innovative Picture Kiosk Software
Ink cartridges compabt Kodak has announced that it has made enhancements to its Picture Kiosk software.
The new technology will allow printer ink consumers to use images from their own, and friends', shared photo albums from Facebook, Google Picasa and Kodak Gallery to create innovative and interesting personalised documents.
According to Kodak, the latest software will allow people to enrich the stories their pictures tell by creating printer ink projects for personal greetings, calendars, photo cards and prints.
Nick Zongrone, general manager in retail systems solution and permanent in print at Kodak, said: "Providing easy access to the broad base of images stored on social networks through the Kodak Picture Kiosk allows consumers to do more than just share images; it lets them create something memorable and permanent in print."
The printer ink firm recently released its Spotless Flexographic Solution software to help cut ink costs and improve production efficiency for users.
Posted by Jamie Foster.