DNP The Impossible Project launches iOS app ahead of the Instant Lab's debut

Making old photography new again is all the rage these days. Although The Impossible Project's Instant Lab isn't due to launch until late August, the company decided to debut the companion iOS app today in the iTunes store. It's a little early to the party since users won't be able to capitalize on all of its features without the Instant Lab, but there are still some options to fiddle around with while you wait. The free app functions as part lab extension, part scanner; you can digitize your analog photos with the scanning feature before sharing them with your buddies. Once the Impossible Instant Lab is available for purchase, you'll be able to use your iPhone 4 (or above) to turn your digital photos into faux-vintage Polaroid-style prints. You'll have to sit tight until August 29th to unlock the app's true potential, but if you're impatient, you can download it at the source link below.