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Cosplayers 3D Scan and 3D Print Your Costume

Cosplayers 3D Scan and 3D Print Your Costume

Posted by on Aug 23, 2023

Capture your best Halloween costumes and cosplay moments and immortalize your work with a 3D digital file and custom printed 3D figurine. The service is affordable and the statue is remarkably lifelike. The figurine is something that you can proudly exhibit on your office desk. You can start a collection of 3D figures that will show off your best costumed creations. Halloween parties should have 3D scanning and 3D printing to preserve the best costumes. Cosplayers can get 3D Scanning, 3D Imaging, and 3D Printing MY3D Agency is able to scan, model, and print the best figurines you’ll ever see. These 3D statuettes are 100% photorealistic 3D selfies and will show all the handsome details of your head and face and your costume in full color. Get dressed up in your favorite outfit and come visit. We can scan your costume on the spot while you’re here and it doesn’t take long. It’s a great way to add to your cosplay adventures and it will be something that you can keep on your desk for the rest of your life. It can even be handed down through generations because it’s so special. 3D Figures Make Great Gifts Need Christmas gifts and birthday gifts, consider a 3D figurine of the subject wearing their costume. It’s a great way to celebrate a special event and you’ll surprise the recipient with the gift. Simply book an appointment at MY3D and surprise them with a complete scanning experience. When you want to do something completely different, consider 3D imaging here in Toronto. 3D figurines are a great reward for brand mascots. Brand Mascots and the Bride and Groom Can Be Cake Toppers Corporations in addition to cosplayers can preserve their brands and favorite moments in costume as cake toppers. Instead of placing a traditional bride and groom or fuzzy bear on top of the cake, get personalized figurines made to show your brand or the marriage couple dressed in cosplay outfits. This will not only immortalize your cosplay but will also immortalize your wedding day in a unique and special way. For more information about cosplay personalized figurines in 3D, please contact MY3D Agency at...

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3D Scanning and Printing ASAP Science Hosts

3D Scanning and Printing ASAP Science Hosts

Posted by on Aug 23, 2023

Mitch and Greg from ASAP Science came to MY3D Agency to learn more about 3D scanning and printing for an episode of their online show. Mitchell Moffit (born: March 27, 1988) and Gregory Brown (born: September 25, 1988) are better known online as AsapSCIENCE. They’re a Canadian YouTube duo that uses science to answer questions proposed in their videos. Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown are better known online as AsapSCIENCE. These young scientists asked around and found My3D Agency is a leader in 3D Imaging and Printing, a process they were seeking to explore in order to secure lifelike 3D figurines of themselves. The duo have been creating science videos on their YouTube channel and their program, The Lab, attracts hundreds of thousands of viewers every week. The hosts have posted a video on YouTube that shows the highlights of their visit to My3D Agency, describes how 3D imaging works and best of all shows the final results as they unbox their characters live on the show. 3D printing will lead to ‘mass personalization’ Mitch and Greg were able to simplify the process and showed how these characters are created by using bread slices as an example. It was fascinating to see the process uncovered by a team that can put complex thoughts, ideas and processes into simple words. Watch the episode below, When the YouTube scientists headed to My3D Agency in Toronto to get 3D printed they were first asked to strike a pose. Greg decided to pose in a selfie position with his cell phone while Mitch held a 2-thumbs-up pose. While they were holding their positions a structured light 3D scanner was used to project a known pattern onto their bodies so that distortions and deformations could be analyzed through triangulation. This procedure shows how far away points are from the scanner so that a real-life character can be produced. Although this may sound complex, the team shows the equipment used and how everything comes together on the video. Basically, the scanner is able to construct the image in real time. It’s a fascinating process and as you watch things come together you’ll be anxious to...

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MY3D Scans York Regional Police’s Unnamed Costumed Crime Fighter

MY3D Scans York Regional Police’s Unnamed Costumed Crime Fighter

Posted by on Aug 23, 2023

Last week MY3D Agency was invited to York Regional Police headquarters to 3D scan their new, and as yet unnamed, superhero.  That’s right, the police in York Region have their own supernatural crime fighter for which they needed a professional 3D scan to prove the concept. The iconic character was first conceived by Detective Anthony Torresan in pencil sketch doodles four years before being created by himself, and fellow officers Constable Cedrone, Constable MacRae and the York Regional Police media team. Working together, this group made the outfit in a few months, and now one public appearance at a time, they’re testing it. The police force needs a likeable mascot to help carry civic-minded messaging that might assist the force. Such costumed mascots can break the ice and become a voice in the community, and especially in the eyes and minds of the young people in York Region schools. Without hesitation, our Founder Michael Gossack accepted the York Regional Police force’s invitation to visit their shop and make 3D scans, and later to prepare a print-ready 3D file for their soon to be named creation.  3D scanning superheroes is one of MY3D Agency’s core services, and Michael been actively following the YRP mascot and development program since he met the freshly created character at Fan Expo in 2014. UNITED is a public safety campaign funded by a grant from the Provincial Anti-Violence Intervention Strategy (PAVIS). This body-armour encrusted character shines a light on the cooperation and collaboration needed between the community and the police. It is only by working lock-step the police can help change the social landscape that produces street gangs and crime. Peopled by volunteers, and paid for with a few thousand dollars from their media fund, the police have launched the outreach starting with a YouTube movie. In their short film embedded below, the Provincial Anti-Violence Intervention Strategy (PAVIS)’s yet-to-be-named YRP superhero fights the evil characters you see wearing red costumes, with the help of the community.  There is a equally fascinating ‘making-of’ video that shows the work that went into the production and the army of volunteers on set during the day and night. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ro783SF5o6w?rel=0...

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