What to do when your smartphone gets covered in a greenish-brown layer of paint and it makes you want to pull out your phone and check it out?
This is the problem we’re all facing now, and we’re just going to have to find a way to avoid it, at least until we have the technology to make it a lot less painful.
A new app called Horizon is trying to solve this problem with a completely new way of painting landscapes.
Horizon uses a 3D-printing technique called “3D-printed” to produce the layered paintings of your smartphone.
Horizon, which launched in China last week, uses a process called “layer painting,” in which the paint layers are printed onto a layer of paper.
You can view the video below, in which we see how the process works.
Horizon, a privacy landscape app, is using 3D printing to create an amazing privacy landscape, where people can explore the privacy of their home without having to pull your phone out and look at the wallpaper.
Here’s what you can do if you want a privacy garden on your smartphone:To create the privacy garden, Horizon uses the 3D printer to print layers of paper with the privacy landscape theme on top.
The layers can be anywhere from 2 to 10 centimeters thick, and the paper has to be 1 millimeter thick.
The 3D print method is pretty cheap, so Horizon can afford to keep costs low.
Horizons privacy garden app can be installed on your phone for free, but you’ll need to pay to download the app.
It’s available on the Play Store for Android and iPhone, and it’s priced at 99 yuan ($1.16) per square meter.
The app is currently available for Android only, so you can download it from Google Play.