Messy Nessy Chic: More than 100 Years before 3D Printers, We had Photosculpture

Messy Nessy Chic: More than 100 Years before 3D Printers, We had Photosculpture. “One of the most exciting technological advances of recent decades is arguably the 3D printer, allowing creators to turn their wildest inventions into real-life products. But 3D printers are far from the first foray into producing realistic, 3-dimensional replicas. Photosculpture is a process dating back to the 19th century, using a series of photos taken in the round to make a sculpture.”

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