Anyone on Slack knows the power of the .gif — it is used to express anger with Dragonball-Z characters, or wish a colleague happy birthday via hypnotic kittens. But the only bummer was the animations could only live on your computer, printing out a .gif requires more than a printer and photo paper.
One company, Singapore’s Ubersnap, is hoping to solve this problem and become to go-to company for .gif printing services.
The integrated platform allows users to post .gifs in a similar fashion to Instagram (it has a .gif-capturing function, filters and a space to write messages). But the kicker is, for US$10 per print, the person can order a physical copy of the moving image.
Watch our video above as we interview Co-founder Boon Chin Ng and see the entire production process in action.