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What If Superheroes Had Instagram?

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I’m an aging fart. Well, I feel that way at 32 anyway, and all the more so since I never got into Instagram. I just don’t see the appeal in documenting the food I ingest and sharing it with my friends. Maybe it’s because I really don’t care what you eat, and I assume you wouldn’t either. Anyway, enough burying the lede. This is a series of funny pictures of what the Instagram of some superheroes might look like, if, you know, superheroes weren’t aging farts like me.

Hit the jump for a bunch more.

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Projecteo is an Ultra-Portable Instagram Projector You Can Take Anywhere

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What better way to show off your favorite Instagram photos than with this miniature Instagram projector that’s worth showing off as well? This is the latest in a series of Instagram-related projects by the same team that brought you Foldable.me and Stickygram.

The projector is called Projecteo and it’s as small and miniature as projectors can get. It will fit snugly into the palm of your hand and uses tiny wheels of 35mm Kodak film stock where your images have already been embedded on. You’ll have to use a companion app to select the photos that you want to include in your reel, which Projecteo will then embed into slide films.

Hit the break for a video pitching the project.

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Instacube Offers a Living Canvas for Your Instagram Photos

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If you’ve been clamoring to see your Instagram photos on somewhere other than your computer or smartphone screen, then you’re in luck because the Instacube is here. And it’s going to be here to stay, if you help its developers out.

The Instacube is a digital Instagram photo frame that runs on Android. It displays your favorite shots from your Instagram feed at three times the normal size so you can get up close and personal, and appreciate the photos just as they were meant to. It also makes sharing your photos a snap, too, especially to your friends and family who don’t have Instagram, provided that they’re physically close to you (and the Instacube!) that is.

The Instacube comes with a 600×600 pixel touchscreen display and can be set up in three easy steps. Just plug it in, connect it to your WiFi network, log on to your Instagram account, and you’re good to go. The device itself features a simple-to-navigate menu so you can browse through your stream just as you would on your phone.

Hit the jump to check out a video introducing the Instacube as well as links on where you can get it.

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