Now, print 3D avatar of yourself upto 20cms high
Japanese designers have developed a new technology that allows users to print 3D avatars of themselves.
The ingenious Japanese lab called PARTY have opened the OMOTE 3D SHASHIN KAN exhibit where becoming a figurine will cost up to 500 dollars and take a month to produce, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Reservations for the service are packed, so avoid stimulants, roll up with a calm disposition and let the camera do its thing.
You'll have the choice to be moulded into one of three sizes between 10 and 20 centimeters, and whatever you wear in the photo booth will turn up on your figurine.
As a reminder, no clubby mesh, winter fur or woolly knits are appealing to a 3D camera.
If you keep it simple, the 3D imaging lens will capture your every curve and generate an image to be converted to a mould, which will then be touched up, ready to stand guard beside your toothbrush or eagerly replace Ken in the Barbie convertible.