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Artec is presenting its Shapify Booth, an innovative 3D body scanner used for making figurines of people, at the Autodesk Gallery event in Paris.
Shapify scans the surface of the body and creates a detailed 3D image of it, showing the person’s every individual features, from their hair curls to the folds of their clothes. Then a 3D printer prints out the figurine, which is an exact scale model of the scanned person.
Drop by Artec's exhibition space to have yourself 3D scanned within just a few seconds. Three minutes later you'll see a fully processed 3D model of yourself on a computer screen. If you like it, we'll print out the model and deliver it to your address. Prices per figurine start from $99 for an S-size figurine (6"/15cm), $135 for a medium sized figurine (7.5"/19cm) and $199 for an L-size figurine (9"/23cm).
Ideal for busy public venues, you can use Shapify to sell hundreds of high quality 3d selfies, or shapies, every month. Try out Shapify at the Autodesk Gallery pop-up this fall.
The Autodesk Gallery pop-up is also showcasing some of the most exciting designs of the future. In addition to Shapify, on display are solutions created with Autodesk software, from athletic apparel that enhances performance to new designs of airplanes “grown” from recyclable plant fibers. Artists will also be creating works using the latest 3D printers, laser cutters, and other computer-controlled tools.
Autodesk, Inc., is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Customers across the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, and media and entertainment industries — including the last 19 Academy Award winners for Best Visual Effects — use Autodesk software to design, visualize, and simulate their ideas before they're ever built or created.
To find out more about shapifying, check out this video by Granada ITV NEWS of the Shapify Booth during its launch at ASDA Trafford Park:
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