The world’s first 3D printing photo booth, creating life-like miniature photos, is set to be unveiled at the Eye of Gyre exhibition in Japan.
A Japanese company known as Omote 3D is planning to offer the 3D photo printing service at the Eye of Gyre exhibition that will be held in Tokyo’s Harajuk.
According to the 3D Focus, the visitors who intend to have this 3D photo of themselves, will have to be scanned in a booth.
There, the visitors will have their bodies scanned into a computer as they will be required to hold a certain pose for 15 minutes.
Then the machine will display their statuette on the 3D color printer depicting not only the features, but the basic textures of clothing and hair.
The Eye of Gyre exhibition is scheduled to kick off on November 24, 2012 and will run until January 14, 2013.
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