The Impossible Project App


The Impossible Project App provides tools and features that let you create, browse, share, shop and interact with the world of Impossible instant photography. 


The Impossible Project App for iOS requires at least iOS version 7.0 and can be downloaded from the iTunes store

 The Instant Lab App for Android devices requires at least Android version 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich MR1) and up and can be downloaded from the Google Play store.


  • Instant Lab


The main purpose of the Impossible Project App is to interact in real life with the Instant Lab Universal and allows you to expose your digital images onto analog instant film.


Before using your Instant Lab / Instant Lab Universal, always make sure that your App is up do date. Also make sure you have selected the right Instant Lab in the ‘Which version of the Instant Lab are you using?’ screen (wheel on the top right hand corner). You have to choose between Instant Lab and Instant Lab Universal.

 Read more about how to use the Instant Lab Universal 

Read more about how to use the Instant Lab


  • Scanner


The days of having to hook up a giant scanner to share your instant photos in good quality are over. Now all you have to do is take a picture of your instant photo with your phone or tablet, select the corners of the image frame, and you can quickly and easily share or save your instant photo on the go. 

Read more about the Scanner


  • Gallery


The Impossible User Gallery is a community driven gallery dedicated to analog instant photography. On the App you can browse, share, interact or upload your own photos directly from your phone or tablet. You can also receive notifications about users liking your images, adding comments or following your activity.

 Read more about The Impossible Gallery


  • Shop


Restock on Impossible film, purchase a new instant analog camera, or enhance your experience with Impossible accessories. All through our mobile shop.



  • Audio tutorial


A legend of contemporary German cinema, Werner Herzog is the award-winning screenwriter and director of such feature films as Nosferatu the Vampyre, Woyzek and Fitzcarraldo, as well as numerous documentaries, including the award-winning Grizzly Man and Encounters At The End Of The World. He also played 'The Zec', the sinister villain in the movie Jack Reacher, starring Tom Cruise.


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