3d printing is getting creepy




3D printing  just got real. Real creepy that is. 

Real-f, a company in Japan, is making 3D printed masks of people's faces that are extremely realistic, down to facial stubble on your face. 

This is a kind of product where you scratch your head and wonder why one would need this, and is there indeed a market for it? 

This form of 3D printing seems a little less weird and maybe ever so slightly more practical? 

1 comment:

Melissa Kojima said...

MAKES ME THINK OF THE JETSONS CARTOON WHEN THEY'D ANSWER THE VIDEO PHONE WITH A FACE MASK. DO YOU REMEMBER THAT?

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