For some time now, “3D” went from being a technical word to something we say in our daily lives. Now everything is three-dimensional, like our TVs, the movies, games, and much more.
However, this is not only limited to the audiovisual field, and there’s a new world of possibilities for what 3D can be used.
Some centuries ago, if you wanted to keep someone’s portrait you could use paint, then with modern times, cameras arrived so one click was enough, but it has continued to evolve and now we have 3D photography, which is like creating mini sculptures.
Here is an example of what Creative Lab PARTY made with their pop-up store and exhibition called “3D OMOTE SHASHIN KAN“. Using a scanner they are able to copy a person in 15 minutes and recreate a miniature, in three different sizes.
But this not only applies to humans; other companies like Photorea also make their own version with pets.
And there’s more: 3D printers can be use to make models and prototypes, but also finished products as jewelry and accessories.