A 3D printing organization has been showcasing another innovation at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016, the progressing customer innovation expo in Las Vegas, by letting individuals take their 3D-printed “selfies”, a media report said.
The selfie by Shapify is a 15cm-tall 3D-printed puppet – likewise called shapie – of the individual checked by the organization’s variety of cameras. The checking process takes 12 seconds, while a print-quality model is rendered by the organization’s product in 15 minutes, motherboard.vice.com provided details regarding Thursday.
Puppet costs begin at $169 (generally Rs. 11,275) for a S-size puppet (15cm). A M-size puppet (19cm) costs $219 (generally Rs. 14,600), and a L (23cm) is worth $299 (generally Rs. 19,945), as indicated by the organization.
Representations which are in 3D can likewise be shared on Facebook. Each individual filtered in the Shapify stall can get a free review of their shapie by email so they can insert it in a Facebook post.
Prepared for print shapies can be downloaded from the Shapify site for $40 (generally Rs. 2,660).
By coordinators, the 2015 CES was one of the biggest show of its kind on the planet with more than 2.2 million square feet of display space highlighting more than 3,600 exhibitors, including a record number of new companies.
The expo is possessed and delivered by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). It is utilized as a platform for items from all features of innovation, from car and remote to exceptional classifications such as 3D printing, automatons, and sensor innovation.
The CES 2016 finishes up on Saturday.