Scare your friends with a creepy 3D scan of your face
If you've ever wanted to scare off your family and friends with a creepy 3D replica of your face, the Bellus 3D face camera will definitely do the trick.
So this product will be available in Q1 of 2017.
It's only available in limited partnership for now.
So you can't just buy it on Amazon or from a store.
But it's a really cool device that I think could be interesting for the retail market.
So basically, it's attached to a mobile device, it has infrared scanners that read over 500,000 3D points on your face supposedly.
You stare straight at it and then you turn to the left and, then to the right and it captures your image with incredible detail.
So you see every wrinkle, it captures makeup, it's full color view of your face.
And then the company will just send you a file with a picture of your image.
And you can send it to a 3D printer then to print off, if you want, a picture of your face to use for whatever random purpose you might want.
Again, this product isn't available for retail yet.
But if it ever does make it, To stores, I think it could be a very interesting application as a mask for Halloween or some other fun, kind of novel application.
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