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  • Eduardo Hernández

    Instagram camera concept “Instagram Socialmatic Camera” combining Polaroid, App diesgn and camera by ADR-Studio.

  • M Boudreau Marketing Xprt

    Instagram Socialmatic: A Concept Design for a Physical Instagram Camera - Concept Design Of Physical 'Instagram' Camera - After you have taken a picture and printed it out, a QR code will be produced on your picture what allows other users of the camera to follow your future works by scanning the code. It may only be a concept design thus far, but hipsters would definitely be eager for this camera to start production! Who’s up for the production of Instagram Socialmatic? #markboudreaupr

  • MaDisite

    #Instagram Socialmatic Camara! #foto #gadget

  • François Pham

    Instagram Socialmatic Camera - a concept camera by Antonio De Rosa

  • Squeaky Wheel Media

    Concept | The Instagram Socialmatic Camera Concept Would Bring The Photo Sharing App To Real Life

  • Sandy Chayz

    I want this stuff for my birthday

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