Irising business card


14 Responses to “Irising business card”

  1. chiark says:

    I normally love engineering for engineering’s sake, but this just looks like a solution crying out for an application where there’s no application…

    • kjulig says:

      Tell me about it… I’m trying to convince people that selling buttonholes would be a profitable enterprise, but so far no takers.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How many weeks till the greeting card industry rips him off?

  3. Yep says:

    That thing’s just screaming for a goatse mod.

  4. tyger11 says:

    James Bond has found his business card design at last!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Great video and awesome product!


    “Ark me about our exciting cake eating opportunities”

  7. Marktech says:

    I like it. Particularly suitable for photographers, cinematographers… midwives… proctologists… mohelim…

  8. blake31a says:

    I imagined the birth anouncement card going a different direction entirely.

  9. Anonymous says:

    There’s lots of opportunities for irises in industry. I have not seen iris doors on cars, trucks, busses, and aircraft, tho you see them all the time in large alien colonies, warships in space, enemy bases. Really popular for cameras, obviously. I’ve seen them used for the occasional home window, but they’re not common among the hobbitfolk despite the penchant for round main doors.

  10. Nicky G says:

    My next card is SO going to be the Cardapult v2. HOT DAMN.

  11. RedShirt77 says:

    I feel like this would always be better if you could print something behind the iris. Or if there was a lens behind the iris.

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