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MakerBot Founder Bre Pettis Shows Off 3D Heads Made with 3D Photo Booth at MakerBot Store

Posted on November 27 2012 by newyorkbob

If you're the type who lets a little fame go to your head, the 3D Photo Booth at the new MakerBot Store in New York might be just what you need. Step into the 3D Photo Booth for a few minutes, get a 3D scan of your face and the folks at MakerBot will use their 3D printers to create a precise 3D plastic model of your head. The heads go for $20, $40 and $60, depending on the size of the plastic head and your ego. In this video, shot at the opening of the MakerBot Store on Nov. 20, MakerBot Founder shows off the heads that can be made once customers scan their faces in the 3D Photo Booth, which uses ShapeShot technology from Direct Dimensions Inc. Read more about the new MakerBot Store and the 3D printing technology at Tech Hive: www.techhive.com Video Copyright 2012 Robert S. Anthony, Stadium Circle Features, info@paperpc.com The Paper PC: www.paperpc.com Paper PC Picks on Pinterest www.paperpcpicks.com

If you're the type who lets a little fame go to your head, the 3D Photo Booth at the new MakerBot Store in New York might be just what you need. Step into the 3D Photo Booth for a few minutes, get a 3D scan of your face and the folks at MakerBot will use their 3D printers to create a precise 3D plastic model of your head. The heads go for $20, $40 and $60, depending on the size of the plastic head and your ego. In this video, shot at the opening of the MakerBot Store on Nov. 20, MakerBot Founder shows off the heads that can be made once customers scan their faces in the 3D Photo Booth, which uses ShapeShot technology from Direct Dimensions Inc. Read more about the new MakerBot Store and the 3D printing technology at Tech Hive: www.techhive.com Video Copyright 2012 Robert S. Anthony, Stadium Circle Features, info@paperpc.com The Paper PC: www.paperpc.com Paper PC Picks on Pinterest www.paperpcpicks.com

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