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Old 05-09-2017, 10:15 PM
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Here is something else...

Check this out:


In Gallery hit 'next' down in the LH corner to see different figures.

When this business opened near us we went down and had a tour. Quite amazing. We did not get around to actually doing it and then it slipped our minds... and now the place has closed.

But it is computer art... right? Or what is it?

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Old 05-10-2017, 03:57 AM
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Re: Here is something else...

Fantastic 3D printing - and painting.

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Old 08-07-2018, 10:22 PM
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Re: Here is something else...

And now over a year later this idea is resurfacing here. Todays Kansas City Star on page 7A: "Two new businesses help you take your selfies to the next level"

An outfit called "Doob" is making 3-D sculptures using computer generated files from a number of cameras. It's desk-top photogrametry of people. They have several shops around the USA now and have opened one near our home too. The difference between Doob and Lifeform Studio seems to be first, the location of Doob is possibly a bit lower rent. Second they are part of a chain. Third Doob will not process the images on site; they process in New York state. As well as the small images Doob offers, (for a price) full sized models. Finally, the software is probably similar but not the same.

You can bet I'll be dropping in to see this!

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