Photobooth

From gizmag:
Ever wanted a life-like miniature of yourself or loved ones? Now's your chance, thanks to Omote 3D, which will soon be opening what's described as the world's first 3D printing photo booth in Harajuku, Japan. There, visitors will have their bodies scanned into a computer, a process which takes about 15 minutes. Then the company prints your statuette on their 3D color printer in one of three sizes. The process begins with a full body scan, followed by adjustments to the 3D model data and... A 3D printed miniature of a child is dwarfed by a common manhole Otome 3D prints your life-like statuette in full color, with the option of changing detail. Of course, this "photo" booth isn't cheap - 3D printing is still a fairly expensive novelty, especially for prints of this quality. And you can forget about trying to scan fidgety children or pets, as the data would get all skewed from their movements. Check out the prices based on the sizes: If that seems a bit steep, the company is offering discounts for couples and families. Before you leave, you'll also be given the chance to adjust the colors of the hair and clothing on the 3D model if you so desire. A close-up showing the level of detail possible by Otome 3D's scanning and color printing ...