Crave Ep. 147: 3D-print yourself with Shapify

Shapify uses a Microsoft Kinect to 3D scan you, then prints you out for a low price. Plus, robot cowboys on the range.


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This week on Crave, we check out the latest in robot cattle technology, so giddy up! Learn how to 3D print your very own selfie action figure with, and the Nintendo cartridge flask gives new meaning to "drinking game."

Crave stories:

- Robot cowboys get cows moooving on the range

- Tail Lights provide high visibility for your horse

- 'Batkid Rises': Watch the unofficial movie trailer

- Smile for the dictionary: 'Selfie' is 2013 word of the year

- All the Doctors from 'Doctor Who' in one face composite

- Forge a 'Game of Thrones' Iron Throne from a plastic lawn chair

- Go offroad on Altered's V3 Dual-Sport electric skateboard

- Solar-panel sunglasses recharge your iPhone in the evening

- Shapify creates 3D-printed selfies using Kinect

- Nintendo flask gives new meaning to 'drinking game'

- Crave giveaway: Kanex Bluetooth Multi Sync Keyboard

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