Scrapbook Photo Album (or “Photo Album”) is a new photo album from a startup called Grandkids.
Grandkids makes photo albums for young children in need, offering a variety of photo albums to help kids with autism, Down Syndrome, and other special needs get around.
It’s a new type of digital collection that allows parents to share photos with their kids, even if they don’t know their kids are autistic.
Grandchildren says it’s the first photo album that has been created specifically for autistic children.
“The idea behind it was that parents could send photos that they want their child to have and we could then store them on a server,” Grandkids CEO Michael Ziegler told Polygon.
“We knew there was an enormous opportunity in this space, and that it could be something that could potentially be of tremendous benefit to our clients.”
Grandkids’ service is currently available only in the US and Canada, but Zieglers plans to expand to other parts of the world.
“Our service is available in more countries than we have today,” he said.
“In the U.S., the service is still relatively limited to what is available on Facebook and Twitter.
And it’s still relatively expensive.
We want to make sure that this is something that our clients can do without having to rely on other services.”
Grandchildren currently supports parents with special needs who need to have their children photographed for their social media profiles.
The company says it is looking to make its service available to more people in the future.
“Right now, we are in a relatively small number of countries, and we hope to expand our service in the coming months,” Ziegers said.
But the photo album service isn’t the only way parents can send their children pictures.
There are other options, such as making it easier for parents to upload their own photos or adding the option to have the photos saved in a cloud storage service.
But Zieggers and his team are not the only ones looking to digitize photos of autistic children, or to digitized children of any age.
Earlier this year, Google acquired a company called Autodesk to make the 3D printable 3D model of an autistic child, which was made available to the public.
Autodesks founder and CEO Marc Andreessen has said that he believes 3D printers will eventually be used to digitally augment and augment children’s bodies.
“There are definitely some people who think that 3D scanning is just a way to get around the physical constraints of the physical world,” Andreessen said at a recent tech conference.
“But we think that this will be a really useful technology for children with special conditions, to enable them to do more of their own thing.
I think that we’re at the tipping point where it’s really a question of when.”