MakerBot opens a NYC store with a 3D photo booth

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6 Responses to “MakerBot opens a NYC store with a 3D photo booth”

  1. silkox says:

    Oh, man, and two of my favorite books when I was a kid were “And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street” and “Cricket in Times Square”.

    Whatever happened to the build-it-yourself MakerBot kit?

    • dragonfrog says:

      And to think I was printed on Mullberry Street.

      Having no concept of New York, my only impression of Mulberry Street is of a quiet street where landscapers bring potted trees in by wagon…

      Edit: Apparently the Mulberry Street in the Dr. Seuss book is in Springfield Massachusetts.

  2. Jake0748 says:

    “… where you get your head scanned and then printed out…”  Seriously, I can not tell you how warm and fuzzy it makes me feel to read this, AND know its for real,  in my lifetime.  

  3. sdmikev says:

    100 year ago, Italian relatives of mine were living there.  Now we can print 3D heads.  My grandfather would love it.  Seriously.
    He used to say to me – “Archie Bunker says ‘those were the days’ he’s full of baloney!  There were no good old days”.

  4. AviSolomon says:

    They need to up their ante! Check out the competition:
    http://www.omote3d.com

    • Ian Wood says:

      Chrome (or something) translated the page for me:

      OMOTE 3D SHASHIN KAN (Front birth canal photographic Kang) is carried out as a first exhibition Creative Lab PARTY, pop-up store is limited for two months that can produce their own figures.

      Figures are OK. But I do so want some front birth canal photographic Kang.

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