The charm of a photo booth often loses its appeal the moment more than a few people step inside. Worse is that guests with limited mobility are often inherently excluded from the fun. Luckily, DigiBooth by Capii Media is something of a misnomer. The company sets up open-air "booths" in spaces no smaller than 8'x8', providing ample room for groups of all sizes, allowing people in wheelchairs to roll right into the frame, and eliminating the need to wait for pictures. Crisp 2"x6" prints roll out of a dye-sublimation printer in 10 seconds or less, with lab-quality inks that dry almost instantly?or faster if you're in a wind tunnel. Once taken, photos can be customized with digital effects, such as borders or logos, and shared via email, Twitter, or Facebook. DigiBooth's model is apparently a successful one, too, as the company has become popular with clients such as Texas State University and Make-A-Wish.