Chocolate 3D-Printed Faces
Kyle Maxey posted on February 14, 2013 |
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 Just in time for Valentine’s Day, news has surfaced that you can scan and print your face, or a loved one's face, in chocolate. During a recent workshop in Tokyo, KS Design Lab and FabCafe joined forces to produce 3D-printed molds of 20 women’s faces. Once printed, the molds were filled with chocolate, and a short while later, they produced accurate models of each woman’s face.

Maybe a traditional bouquet of roses and a box of fine chocolates is more your style, but you can't deny this is a pretty cool 3D printing treat. 

Watch the BBCs Coverage of the event Below:

Image and Video Courtesy of FabCafe & BBC

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