Our booth and software are completely home grown, made essentially from scratch. At the heart of it is the CompuLab Utilite, a quad core ARM device (Freescale’s i.MX6Q) with 2GB of RAM running Linux. The botton box houses a Freescale Kinetis KL25Z programmed up as a USB keyboard to read the 2″ arcade button switches to user input. The photo files are shared over a dedicated local network. An Android device (also containing a Freescale i.MX6 ARM processor) displays composite photos outside the booth. And lastly, a Macbook generates 4×6 prints shortly after the photos are taken.

Following the event, all the original files in addition to all the composite images generated during the event get uploaded so you can download them.

We have great plans for many different and unique extensions to the traditional indoor photo booth experience. Stay tuned as we develop them…