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Your 3D image immortalized in glassCES attendees waited in line for up to eight hours at the Intel booth to take home a coveted keepsake. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes us through the process of how the tech giant used new 3D camera tech to render one's likeness in a glass cube.
So I'm gonna have you just breathe normally, blink normally, but don't talk cause if you move your face and. It's gonna blur the capture, okay? Alright. Okay, right now that's turning you into a three dimensional model. huh. and, very good. Cool. Here we go. Here comes my face. Wow, look at that. Okay, it's about to be done and it will, it will move down. Ready? That's me. Very cool.