During the Laval Virtual 2013 exhibition, Digiteyezer was the most visited and most popular stand of the show that has received more than 15,000 visitors. Using company's AlterEgo, the "scan-to-print" solution, Digiteyezer scanned 1500 visitors with a single click and printed more than 500 figurines with personal 3D printers at the show.
Released few weeks ago, AlterEgo is the combination of EASYtwin, the 3D photo-kiosk that scans a human face in a few seconds, with a fully automated process that allows 3D printing of any type of customized objects or figurines without any rework or manipulation.
Meanwhile Digiteyezer launched an online store that any user can be scanned by the AlterEgo solution at the nearest location and receive its digital copy immediately. User can play and share it online or order 3D printed figurine in full color through the Digiteyezer store.
Now everyone can offer a 3D personalized gift or souvenir to his loved ones or integrate his 3D lifelike avatar into a video game.
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