RTE has announced that it has developed a special digital printing technology that can be used to create print-ready versions of any RTE-owned TV show, movie, music, video game, or book.
The RTE team say the technology has been developed with the intent to create “digital versions of our products”.
The technology uses a custom printed circuit board to transfer data from the printer to a computer, where the software determines the size and orientation of the printed image.
The digital print will then be scanned onto the TV’s film-like surface.
The print is then printed and placed in the RTV’s mould for a custom print to be delivered to the retailer.
To achieve this, the RTe team created a custom digital printer which has a custom-printed circuit board, which transfers data from a printer to the computer.
This process is repeated by the computer to produce the digital print.RTE is using this technology to print digital versions of TV series like Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Game of Kings, and Game of War, among others.
The process is also used to print versions of digital products such as games, music CDs, or film.RTV said it had taken a “huge step” in making its own digital print, and that the technology had already proven itself in the industry.
Rte has not yet announced pricing for the print-able RTE version of the show, but said that the price would be “fairly affordable”.
It’s not the first time that digital printers have been used to produce RTE’s own products.
Last year, it was revealed that RTE had developed a custom, self-aware software for printing TV programmes.