Here is a 3D printed doll, cloned from a real humanâ€™s head, that you can never unsee.
She has a few friends that may or may not haunt you in your dreams later onâ€¦
The cloning service is popular among some Japanese women looking toÂ preserve that special moment in life such as their wedding day, cloning hair & makeup and even the dress they wore.
Whatever you do, donâ€™t make eye contactâ€¦
Oh you already did?
Because this is what happens to you if you didâ€¦
Just kidding! These are just some recently printed 3D heads on a stick drying off or something..
Welcome to the Clone Factory inÂ Akihabara, Japan.
This is Danny Choo, he runs a blog calledÂ Culture JapanÂ and went to get cloned.
A bunch of digital SLR cameras all around him took photos of his headâ€¦
and then a big @ss printer made layers of ink which harden in a tray of plaster. The head is hiding inside that white pile of plaster dustâ€¦
And the clone is born â€¦ (and stuck on the body of a plastic Star Wars doll). You now owe them around $1,300. Surprise!!!
But hey, they clone pets too!
Oh no, he made eye contactâ€¦
Okay thatâ€™s all folks, wave goodbye nowâ€¦ Â and youâ€™ll be seeing her later on tonight, crawling out from underneath somewhereâ€¦
More photos on the Culture Japan blog.
:::Posted on July 25, 2013 by admin · 0 comments