AMITIAE - Monday 27 April 2015
Woodpost: iOS Photography App - a Look at the Wood Output
By Graham K. Rogers
I chose the 6" x 3.7" x 0.1" landscape output and made the purchase via PayPal with the amount being deducted from my credit card immediately. I subsequently had 3 emails: a confirmation after ordering; and a little later to tell me that the image was being printed; then one day further a message to tell me that the product had been shipped and should reach me in 10-14 days.
I waited for about 4 weeks but as the item had not arrived, I sent a query to the developers. I understand that mail in this region may not always be as reliable as in other countries, so this is not the first time I have written such an email on the subject to a company or organisation.
Within hours, Woodpost sent a reply apologising for the delay and asked for another 3-5 days for delivery. A weekend intervened, but this Monday morning the envelope was in my mailbox: it might have arrived the previous Friday with the absence of some staff last week. The package had been sent from Singapore and was intact (not always the case here). The inner package, containing the wood print was sealed.
Also in the package was a small slotted wood stand. This is cut in such a way that the image fits loosely into the groove and leans backwards slightly for good viewing.
There is some clear potential here.
See also:Woodpost: Unusual Photography App for Output on Wood
Graham K. Rogers teaches at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University in Thailand where he is also Assistant Dean. He wrote in the Bangkok Post, Database supplement on IT subjects. For the last seven years of Database he wrote a column on Apple and Macs. He is now continuing that in the Bangkok Post supplement, Life.
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