A digital photo frame is entirely dedicated to photos taken with Instagram, this is the promise of Instacube, a project currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.
Instacube is in a shapes and colors that are reminiscent of the application recently acquired by Facebook, and can take pictures with a mobile terminal and apply filters before publication. For some users, Instagram has become a preferred means to take and publish photographs: they are also stored on a user account on which it is possible to consult them.
It may therefore seem logical that a project like Instacube has emerged: Instacube is designed to run on Android, and Wi-Fi internet access. To be able to work, it is sufficient to connect to your Instagram account and via touchscreen you can access your photo gallery but also those galleries associated to friends you follow. It can display the images at 600 x 600 pixels in full screen format, which corresponds to the definition proposed by uploading a picture from the service.
In addition to a pretty nice design, one of the great aspects of Instacube is that it will immidiatelly display your images. Enthusiasts interested in this service can visit her Kickstarter page for details and possibly participate in its funding: $149 commitment ensures the reception of one of the first models, including the marketing should begin in March 2013.