Procter & Gamble introduces an inkjet printer for your FACE at CES the right one

Procter & Gamble introduces a portable inkjet printer for your FACE at CES that uses algorithms to restore your natural looking beauty by depositing makeup on your skin

  • Procter & Gamble stole the show at CES with its skin-correcting wand
  • Opté Precision Skincare system can immediately detect and repair your skin
  • It uses algorithms and printing technology to correct facial imperfections

A “magic wand” debuted this week at CES that immediately restores the natural-looking beauty of your skin.

This handheld device is called Opté Precision Skincare system and is equipped with algorithms and printing technology to detect and correct facial imperfections.

The technology, developed by Procter & Gamble, works similar to an inkjet printer – it applies small deposits of makeup that match your exact skin color.

Opte Precision Skincare system received four ‘Best Of’ awards during the Las Vegas event this week and will be released this summer.

A “magic wand” debuted this week at CES that immediately restores the natural-looking beauty of your skin. This handheld device is called Opté Precision Skincare system and is equipped with algorithms and printing technology to detect and correct facial imperfections

“Most women only need treatment on about 10 percent of their skin, but traditional options for spot coverage such as makeup or serums offer inaccurate coverage with a wide stroke,” Procter & Gamble said in a statement.

“With Opté’s proprietary technology, it can only treat the small areas that need to be corrected without covering the skin that doesn’t, resulting in a natural, flawless look that makeup and professional treatments cannot achieve.”

The Opte wall scans the skin with an improved digital camera that captures 200 frames per second and immediately analyzes each image using its own algorithm to detect tonal imperfections that are not visible to the human eye.

The device combines with the company’s Opté Precision Serum, which uses three key ingredient groups to achieve perfect-looking skin.

The technology, developed by Procter & Gamble, works similar to an inkjet printer - it applies small deposits of makeup that match your exact skin color

The technology, developed by Procter & Gamble, works similar to an inkjet printer - it applies small deposits of makeup that match your exact skin color

The technology, developed by Procter & Gamble, works similar to an inkjet printer – it applies small deposits of makeup that match your exact skin color

The Opte wall scans the skin with an improved digital camera that captures 200 images per second and immediately analyzes each image using its own algorithm to detect tonal imperfections that are not visible to the human eye

The Opte wall scans the skin with an improved digital camera that captures 200 images per second and immediately analyzes each image using its own algorithm to detect tonal imperfections that are not visible to the human eye

The Opte wall scans the skin with an improved digital camera that captures 200 images per second and immediately analyzes each image using its own algorithm to detect tonal imperfections that are not visible to the human eye

It contains mineral pigments that provide instant coverage and create a flawless appearance, stain-relieving skin care ingredients that have been proven to reduce the appearance of age spots over time and moisturizers that help your skin retain moisture and stay hydrated.

Using input from the algorithm, Opte prints using a modified thermal inkjet printer and cartridge, where drops of the serum are deposited on target areas until there is a perfect color match with the surrounding skin color.

And the correction would happen immediately

Using input from the algorithm, Opte prints with an adapted thermal inkjet printer and cartridge, whereby drops of the serum are deposited on target areas until there is a perfect color match with the surrounding skin color.

Using input from the algorithm, Opte prints with an adapted thermal inkjet printer and cartridge, whereby drops of the serum are deposited on target areas until there is a perfect color match with the surrounding skin color.

Using input from the algorithm, Opte prints with an adapted thermal inkjet printer and cartridge, whereby drops of the serum are deposited on target areas until there is a perfect color match with the surrounding skin color.

Leigh Radford, vice president and general manager of P&G Ventures, said: “By working with leading scientists and experts in all sectors, we have been able to create a first, its kind, digitally advanced skin care device that makes the transformation visible the skin. “

“Opté offers Procter & Gamble a whole new category of digital skin care to explore and a technology platform to innovate. We are pleased to introduce Opté on a global stage such as CES. “

The company also noted that this device is 70 percent cheaper than the leading technology and skin images can process 30 percent faster.

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