world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures
 
world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures
nov 12, 2012

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures

personal action figures conceived using a 3D printing photo booth

 

 

aiming to replace the ubiquitous photobooth, japanese omote 3D have conceived a limited edition pop-up installation at the eye of gyre exhibition, that reproduces personal detailed miniature action figures. ranging from 10 to 20 centimetres in height, the system utilizes a three-dimensional camera and printerto process and scan users, creating custom scale reproductions. the three-step procedure requires the user to keep still for 15 minutes while the scanners capture the data.

 

 

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures

from left to right: couples photo in scale, detail of the print resolution 

 

 

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures

scale printed model with dramatic pose

 

 

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures

printed figurines show in grey and full color

 

 

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures

 

 

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures

large, medium and small scale options

 

 

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figures

scanning process

 

 

world's first 3D photo booth prints personal miniature figuresthree-step production process

 

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  • Please come to the UK! I’ve an idea for a figure…

    michelle
  • You all missed the craziest part…who painted the plaid dress on that mini-figure!?

    Michael Jenkins
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