In Japan there is a photo booth that prints 3D figurines of the photographed
The first “3D photo booth” world premiered in Japan in an exhibition, which will be available until 14 January, where people can go to take a picture and get a miniature figure of themselves made of plastic, using a printer 3D.
So far the 3D printer access is pretty limited, but little by little have been opening up options such as printing service offering Staples in the Netherlands , and this possibility even more fun, the planes are not needed or diagrams. Just get a photo and a Replica of yourself.
To become a model you have to reserve time photo through the website . Also keep enough money in your pocket. You can choose three sizes figure of 10 cm for 21,000 yen (USD $ 254), 15 cm for 32,000 yen (USD $ 387) and 20 cm for 42,000 yen (USD $ 508). Perhaps in the future more accessible.
Link: World’s first 3D printing photo booth to open in Japan (Spoon & Tamago)Tags: 3D printer, cabin, Japan, Print, Replica