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  • Time into Pixels Instagram Booth Allows Guests to Pocket their Photos

    FROM THE Spring 2016 ISSUE

Time Into Pixels, owned by Gregory and Irina Burt, offers a fun alternative to the traditional photo booth while also encouraging social media participation at events. Using a live hashtag printer that recognizes your event’s designated hashtag, attendees are able to pick up prints of the pictures they’ve posted to Instagram and Twitter within one minute. The cost starts at $649 and varies depending on customization and how long the event goes. While custom setups are available, the typical booth configuration requires only a table, a large banner showing how the booth works and the hashtag printer.

“We can completely customize the print template from top to bottom. It can include your company logo and colors or designs that fit the theme of your event as well,” says Gregory. “There is no limit on how creative you want to get with the template! Brands and companies can also add a customized set or scene where attendees can snap their photo.”

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