The 3DMe product has expanded to embrace Halloween and let users become witches, vampires, and zombies.
The long awaited Star Trek app has come at last, letting you put your face on a crew member of Enterprise.
If you’ve been holding your breath for a 3D printed figurine that has your face, you can exhale now; 3DMe is here.
I remember carefully positioning my action figurines into dramatic poses with their little swords, but these ModiBots are so much cooler than the GI Joes that I had.
The demo video of the new 3D modeling-to-print app by Sandbxr looks like it might really be something quite exciting. Watch it and see what you think.
A partnership between Cubify and StarTrek.com will let you put your face onto the Starfleet Academy-honed physique of a Star Trek crew member, like Uhura and Checkov, as a 3D printed statuette.
Disney is using 3D printing again, in one of their Disney Experiences. In this case, little girls can have their faces placed on a 7″ Disney Princess.
Harvard researchers have developed software that analyzes 3D models and then determines and places the best types, positions, and sizes of joints in the model, bringing 3D prints more to life.