Artist renders people’s faces with 3D printing using DNA extracted from discarded cigarette butts and gum.
After the Japanese company Omote 3D, the world’s first 3D-printing photo booth, a studio based in Hamburg, Germany by the name of TWINKIND proposes a 3D printer Photo Booth able to create realistic and highly detailed miniature sculptures of you and your family…
The name of the concept is Petfig and as with many other westernly-looking peculiar inventions it comes from the land of the rising sun – Japan. The concept is relatively simple – the person wanting to expand their plush/pet collection to a more realistic and harder direction takes photos of a pet bearing all the […]
With state-of-the-art 3D scanning and printing technology, German startup TwinKind produces miniature 3D-printed figurines of you and your pets. The result is eerily lifelike.
One of my favourite technologies from sci-fi is the transporter room. Scanning and converting yourself into ones and zeros and reconstructing you seemingly from nothing. Sounds eerily similar to a certain technology that we’ve become accustomed to? Step into Hamburg based Twinkind’s pop-up studio and you can get your own custom mini-you, or your friend, or […]
Twinkind wants to print your family in 3D. A company want to make 3D sculptures as common as a family portrait.Hamburg-based Twinkind can create 3D-printed lifelike photo figurines just by scanning a person “faster than the blink of an eye”, just like in photography.Previous approaches have seen subjects having to stand still for up to […]
"We wanted to bring the family portrait into the next century". The Omote 3D Shashinkan project, which we featured on Dezeen last year, gave customers the opportunity to buy a 3D-printed model of themselves or their family.
this work reminds us of a similar approach by the japanese firm omote 3-D, that designboom covered in november last year. andy butler I designboom. aug 09, 2013. 3. So, in the near future instead of family pictures our …
The images are processed, and 5-6 weeks later, a 3D statue is mailed to you. The statues are produced to scale rather than an absolute size to avoid awkward mismatched sizes when, say, a family has their portraits taken.