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April 25, 2015

Entire Spanish Village of 318 People are Turned into 3D Printed Statues

3D 프린터 기술을 활용하여 마을 주민들이 모두 조형물로 탄생했다. 사람의 일생을 3D 프린팅으로 기술하는 날도 얼마남지 않았다. 1살, 2살 나이가 먹어가는 모습을 3D 프린터로 재현하여 그 모습을 간직할 수 있는 그런 날 말이다. 

3D printing has obviously torn the lid off traditional technology and ways of producing items, as well as offering a futuristic portal for makers, into the innovative culture of 3D printing. As the color TV and the internet and the cell phone slowly wound their way into nearly every nook and cranny of the world, so did the incredible innovation of digital design and 3D printing—and Spain’s Grupo Sicnova took to a small village to make a big display of what the technology can do.

With many villagers in Torrequebradilla now sporting their own clonesculturas, we can see that Spanish firm Grupo Sicnova has followed through on their stunning promise to 3D print an entire community. Thanks to their CloneScan3D, an enormous 3D scanner, they’ve been able to perform a whopping 318 scans in one day. That covered all the inhabitants of Torrequebradilla, as we reported on previously (For more on the previous history of this story and Group Sicnova, click here).


For more story @ http://3dprint.com/60784/spain-grupo-sicnova-3d-printed-miniatures/