MakerBot has just opened its first retail store on Mulberry Street in lower Manhattan -- a great neighborhood, by the way, and a perfect place for a 3D printing store. The store includes many wonderments, including a 3D photo booth, where you get your head scanned and then printed out.
MakerBot and ShapeShot have joined forces to provide a 3D Photo Booth experience for the 21 st
century – a chance to capture and create a 3D image, but not just any image, but a 3D portrait and
replica of your face! In a few minutes, a scan is made of your face and displayed on a screen. Serious or
funny expressions are immediately captured using ShapeShot’s 3D face data that can then be used to
print out a 3D replica of your face! The 3D portrait is a cool souvenir, preserves your loved ones face
forever, and is the perfect gift for birthdays, bar or bat mitzvahs, and holidays. Customers can also get a
3D bust of their baby, friends, and the whole family.
Introducing The MakerBot 3D Photo Booth!
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