Customers visiting a pop-up 3D photo booth in Tokyo from tomorrow can take home miniature colour models of themselves (+ slideshow).
The Omote 3D Shashinkan project, by Japanese creative agency Party, will allow customers to buy models of themselves in three sizes: small (10cm high), medium (15cm) and large (20com).
Prices start at ¥ 21,000 (around £160) for the smallest size, with discounts available for family groups.
Customers first have to stand perfectly still for around 15 minutes while staff scan them with a handheld scanner. The figurines are then printed on a colour 3D printer.
Shashinkan is the Japanese term for photo booth.
Omote 3D Shashinkan opens tomorrow at Gyre, a shopping centre in Omotesando designed by MVRDV, and runs until 14 January. Sessions need to be booked online in advance.
Earlier this week US 3D printing company Makerbot opened a 3D photo booth at its New York store, although it only produces models of customers' heads. See all our stories about 3D printing.
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