It goes without saying that 3D printing technology has become an industrial phenomenon, allowing the common man to make anything from guns to houses. Today, MakerBot is taking things a step further, revealing its first fully automated “3D Photo Booth.” Yes, you can now scan and print your face. MakerBot and ShapeShot teamed up to create the booth, which is able to capture and replicate an individual’s facial features with the click of a button at MakerBot’s newly launched retail outlet in New York. (via MakerBot will help you save face with its new 3D Photo Booth - The Next Web)

It goes without saying that 3D printing technology has become an industrial phenomenon, allowing the common man to make anything from guns to houses. Today, MakerBot is taking things a step further, revealing its first fully automated “3D Photo Booth.” Yes, you can now scan and print your face. MakerBot and ShapeShot teamed up to create the booth, which is able to capture and replicate an individual’s facial features with the click of a button at MakerBot’s newly launched retail outlet in New York. (via MakerBot will help you save face with its new 3D Photo Booth - The Next Web)

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    It’s $5 for the scan and then $40, $60, or $80 for the small, medium, or large sizes respectfully. They apparently ship...
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    Fascinating
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    I would only believe this if it wasn’t the guy from Tim and Eric behind the counter.
  12. ben reblogged this from emergentfutures and added:
    I went into the store recently and was really impressed. I kind of want to have a model of my head made, but I can’t...
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    I want one of these, in fact I want a whole store!
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    face-printing but I am very excited at...printing prosthetic limbs and organs. I hope it...
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