BumpyPhoto converts your pictures to 3D

Tired of those flat photos? Give your images a new lease on life by turning them into three-dimensional objects.

BumpyPhoto

Ever wonder what your photos would look like in 3D?

BumpyPhoto, a company located in Portland, Ore., is providing a service that will give your images a new lease on life by turning them into three-dimensional objects (in 180 degrees) called a BumpyPhoto.

Made from a hard resin composite, each BumpyPhoto is painted with a thick layer of 24-bit color based on your chosen image. Next, a layer of matte varnish is coated on the product as a finishing touch. The manufacturer advises against exposing a BumpyPhoto to shock, water, or direct sunlight to preserve its structural integrity.

All you need is a digital image (2MB or larger) that's tightly framed around your object. It's also recommended that your subjects should be looking straight if you're shooting portraits. No props should be used, and exaggerated expressions aren't advised.

Should you decide to get a quirky BumpyPhoto made in your likeness, prices range from $59 to $69 and are available from the official site.

(Source: Crave Asia via PetaPixel)

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