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Miniature 3D Printed Figurines

Miniature 3D Printed Figurines - The Capsule Design Blog

Miniature 3D Printed Figurines - The Capsule Design Blog

Miniature 3D Printed Figurines - The Capsule Design Blog

Miniature 3D Printed Figurines - The Capsule Design Blog

Miniature 3D Printed Figurines - The Capsule Design Blog

Miniature 3D Printed Figurines - The Capsule Design Blog

Miniature 3D Printed Figurines - The Capsule Design Blog

With 3D printing becoming more and more popular, and miniature things too, it would only make sense to start a 3D Printing Photobooth. Japanese company Omote 3D has created the world’s first 3D-printing photo booth, so say good bye to boring photographs and hello to 3D family dioramas.

The system utilizes a three-dimensional camera and printer to process and scan users. Creating each figurine requires the volunteer to stand still for 15 minutes, while the camera slowly captures every angle allowing for a 3D model to be rendered on a computer. (via 123 Inspiration)

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August Home Safety Smart Lock

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Celebrated designer Yves Béhar has designed a new, intelligent deadbolt lock. Incorporated with Bluetooth technology, this nifty device auto-unlocks when you arrive home, and as soon as you close the door behind you it re-locks. With a replacement inside cap, this lock utilizes the previous deadbolt, and allows users to unlock their home with either their phone or by physical key. Not only does this lock allow users to open it hands free, If you’re away and someone needs to get in, you may send them a virtual key to access your home that last until you decide, it even tells you when they arrive and leave! To pick up your own futuristic gadget head on over to August. (via Cool Hunting)

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Pastilla’s near future toy

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With a new upgrade coming out soon, the infamous DJI Phantom Quadricopter is getting a two-axis Zen Muse gimbal which will allow users to attach a Gopro Hero camera to their quadricopter to capture amazingly stable footage. The creator, Guinn, even used it to fly through the replica Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas to capture professional videos. To learn more about the Phantom Quadricopter, or to purchase one, you can visit the companies website here.

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