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CloneMe is Bangalore's Source for High-Quality 3D Printed Selfies - 3DPrint.com
Calling cards or visiting cards have been in use for at least 400 years. The footmen of aristocrats and royalty delivered elegant cards with the caller’s name and usually a design on them. In the 19th century, after photography was invented, calling or visiting cards–the French called them cartes de visite–would include a person’s portrait. In a sense, they were the first selfies, these self-curated presentations of one’s personality just as much as one’s appearance. Often, the cards would be quite elaborate, with photographs that resembled paintings.
Now visiting cards have been updated again, this time without the cards, as 24-year-old entrepreneur Siddharth Rathod and his uncle, Dr. Kamlesh Kothari, have created CloneMe, a 3D scanning and printing service based in Bangalore, India, that allows people to create their own 12-inch-high personal avatars–mini-selfies, really. Imagine 3D printing tiny replicas of yourself and presenting them to people you meet–your 3D carte de visite.
Of course, CloneMe isn’t all about navel gazing. It’s about preserving memories in 3D, whether of your family to send out as an alternative to Christmas cards, your pets, your soccer team, your new baby, and so on. Rathod and Kothari are visionaries who recognized the potential for 3D printing technology to gain favor not only in industry but in the domain of pop culture.
Rathod is an engineering graduate, with a degree in electronics and communications and he also earned master’s degree in innovation and entrepreneurship. He approached the idea from both the creative and the engineering sides.
“He was very keen,” says his bio on the CloneMe site, “on exploring the immense potential that 3D printing brings and wanted to incarnate the idea of [the] ultimate 3D selfie in India. ”
Rathod’s partner and uncle, Dr. Kothari, comes from a very different background. He’s an oral and maxillofacial surgeon with more than 16 years of experience in the field. Dr. Kothari had seen how 3D technological had affected the medicine and knew it had important implications in other areas of life.
Clients can visit the CloneMe studio in the Mantri Square Mall in Bangalore–it seems that appointments are required–and get their 3D scans made. Once the scans are complete, CloneMe staff convert the scans to 3D models and make any necessary refinements to them before the 3D printing takes place using a ProJet x60 3D printer. Once completed, the 3D printed figurines are retrieved from the loose powder, cleaned, further refined, and ready for client pick-up.
The Clone Me setup at Mantri Square Mall [Photo: Clone Me, via Facebook]
Customers have been reporting positive results, including Manoj Rajpal, a model who has found a unique use for his 3D printed likeness as a part of his modeling portfolio.
“I would never describe myself as a self-absorbed person. I genuinely found this concept very unique and helpful in the way it helps me to present myself as a model,” he explained. “Instead of taking off my shirt, I wanted to follow an ethical way of revealing my physicality,” he notes, as the 3D printed figure accurately displays his proportions and physicality–important traits in a model.
Prospective clients can check out the company’s Facebook page and can browse the FAQs on the CloneMe website and will soon be able to book a body scan online. The company’s clients include businesses and individuals and they are eager to promote their availability for special events like conferences, weddings, family reunions, and so on. As CloneMe grows–or clones itself!–it will surely add new showrooms and enhanced mobile access.
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We are specialists in creation of custom miniatures.With state of art 3D modeling and 3D Printing services available in-house, we can offer end to end service to our customers. Our services include designing the miniature, 3D modeling and 3D Printing it. For large series, we can provide resin casting, plastic injection molding or metal casting.
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For us to create a perfect 3D selfie, we need images in a particular format and quality standards. Pictures should clearly depict facial features in detail for our designers to create a high quality 3D model. Video on the left illustrates the images we need and also click on “VIEW PDF” to get a detailed overview of the requirements.
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We use PROJET CJP 660 PRO to print the miniatures. PROJET CJP 660 PRO offers unparalleled color capabilities to produce the most realistic models with the highest resolution full CMYK, at high throughput with 5X-10X faster print speed than all other technologies and up to 7X lower part cost.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSI have a person photo. Can I get the 3d model of the person?
Yes. You can place an order here, upload your designs. Our in house design team will be in touch with you.How can I get my miniature model?
You can visit our office with prior appointment, for scanning. Our design team can scan and develop the miniature model of you. Alternatively, you can send good quality profile images of yours (front, side and angular), so that we can sculpt the miniature digitallyIf I want a miniature based on images, what are the inputs required?
Min. 2 face references needed (front, and side)
- Recommended: Same expression/ age & straight
- More references are always better.
- Inputs on size/ posture/ attire are welcome here
Yes, we can make the model with customized pose as per your requirement with more features. The time needed depends on the model and the detailing you ask for.I would like to give a precious gift to one of my friend. Can I get a custom memento/ gift?
Yes. Send your plan or idea of what is there in your mind. Our design team will suggest you in many ways to reach your expectations.Can I look at the output before finalizing?
We care about representing your vision and designs as accurately as possible. Rendered Model will be shared for references with possibility of Color and Textures.How much time does it take?
We will send you the miniature within 5-6 days from the date of approval.How much does it cost?
A 4″ Bust can cost INR 4,999. 6″ Full Body can cost INR 5,999. 9″ Full Body can cost INR 12,999. Please make sure that extra charges will be added depends on the high detailed features in the model.Is this a service just for companies or can I order just one custom miniature?
You can order just one custom miniature. This is a service for everybody. In fact, many of our customers are individuals.Once the miniature is printed will I also get the 3D file?
Yes, we always send you the 3D file.What type of clothes should you recommended for 3d printing miniature?
All kind of bright colors, large patterns and textures work the best. 3D formation works great at producing bright, well-defined colors. Clearly defined bright colors will “pop” and look excellent. Having different color of clothing i.e. top bottom, shoes… different layers and patterns or clothing with color variations in it works very well. For family and group captures we recommend not wearing the exact same color of clothing to have each person dressed in a different shade of color.What is the material of these figurines ?
They are made of sandstone, it’s a finely powdered gypsum ceramic like material.How fragile are these Miniatures?
We use the latest in 3D printing technology to build the Figurines, layer by layer. The material is a composite of sandstone that is laid down in full color in 0.1mm layers and then fused during the 3D printing process. Each model takes about 8+ hours to print and inspected by our skilled 3D technician to produce the highest quality model possible. The figurines are hollowed where and when possible to keep the material cost manageable. Care and maintenance for each model should be regarded as a porcelain ornament. 3D Models are for decorative purposes only. They are not be used as a toy or given to underage children. The material is hard and brittle and will break if dropped. In order to keep your model in the best possible condition, models should be kept in a warm, dry environment, prevent exposure to temperatures below freezing and direct sunlight.
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The story of Irina Zueva, a Muscovite, differs little from the hundreds and thousands of stories of other Russians who went to conduct simple living in India. In the interpretation of Leo Tolstoy, the rejection of the blessings of civilization for the sake of spiritual perfection was called "simplification", the hippies who raised a protest against the consumer society half a century ago made a mass exodus to the mystical East, and in the early 1990s the term "downshifting" appeared in circulation - "life on low gear." Wanderings along the coast of the Arabian Sea and the northern regions of India awakened in Irina the talent of a photographer.
At the request of Radio Liberty, she talks about popular Himalayan practices and presents some of her work.Irina Zueva
My story is really typical. Some kind of internal crisis happened to me. And I decided to leave, first for three months. She came to Goa herself as a "savage" and lived there for three months. And something inside me shifted, powerfully, one might say. You can't describe this feeling in a few words. Firstly, you disappear from Moscow, run away from the hustle and bustle, from work, from information - and you end up in India, you begin to hear silence, to hear yourself: who are you, what do you want. Everything is very... shanti - such a calm world. Well, that's how I felt. In Moscow, I worked by profession as a manager at the "Art Garbage (Zapasnik)" club, this is a wonderful, very creative place. She worked there for nine years. And with India... Well, it's just that a different period of my life has come, a page has turned, another chapter has begun. I think this happens to people from time to time. There were no acquaintances in Goa, but this did not bother me too much. Do you know how I came to Moscow from my native Astrakhan? I tossed a coin - heads or tails, I got tails, the next day I took a ticket and left.
It feels like you are driving in a car with foggy windows, and then they wipe them down...
Now I live in the Himalayas, a place called McLeod Ganj, or Dharamsala, where the residence of the Dalai Lama is located. Such a mountainous place, actually a small village. There are a lot of foreigners here and everyone is learning something. So I recently remembered that in my youth I dreamed of living in a place where everyone learns something, and now I am in such a place. Some kind of master classes are constantly working: either in the manufacture of jewelry, then in yoga of all directions, vipassana ( "Insight meditation" in Buddhist practice. - RS ) is a ten-day silence, playing musical instruments. Everything here is teeming with activity, classes begin right in the morning. I go to yoga, I have already completed a ten-day silence course three times. How has it changed me? It feels like you are driving in a car with misted windows, and then they wipe them on you ... You are freed from illusions.Photo gallery:
Dalai Lama's Jewel Garland
The spiritual leader of the followers of Tibetan Buddhism conducted teachings in the city of Dharamsala in northern India, analyzing an important religious text, the work of Nagarjuna "Precious Garland"
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The Dalai Lama conducts teachings in Dharamsala with an analysis of an important religious text, Nagarjuna's "Precious Garland"
In India, my social circle has completely changed. Each person here has his own story, his own cinema. Recently, I mostly communicate with foreigners; it seems that 30 years is such a turning point for many. They come mainly for a certain period, but there are also those who live here permanently. My social circle is mostly creative people, musicians, artists, yoga practitioners, travelers. My friend Erwin, for example, designs clothes made from natural materials. My friend Lena is also engaged in clothing made from natural materials. My friend from Israel, Orly, is also into clothing made from natural materials and organic food. Such natural people. They don't watch TV, they live in another dimension.
The world in its broader sense is a free flow that has no limits
Yes, everything is simple here. Here is my apartment - on one side the sunset, on the other side the dawn, on both sides of the mountain, and the whole world around! Of course, I will return to Russia, I love Russia very much, I cannot imagine my life without it. But when I arrived in Moscow after six months in India, I just started getting sick there. That's right in the physical sense. Maybe you become so transparent, sensitive when you live in an atmosphere where everyone is smiling, where you are very relaxed. But in Moscow everything is different, different energy. When you get into such a tough car, you immediately feel it. Therefore, I decided now not to return to Russia, this year. I just felt like it would be better for me. By the way, many colleagues write to me: "How could you do that? We go to work here every day, we are like robots ..." and all that ... No, they are wrong - to each his own. It’s just that I have such a warehouse, or something: it was in India that I started realizing, I felt it, and for someone, realization was in Russia. Still, here in India, I am visiting. I'm here for the experience, just traveling and changing. I am here to see the world in its broader sense - it is such a free flow that has no limits.Photo gallery:
Faces of India
Moscow photographer Irina Zueva photographs the inhabitants of Himalayan India and the coast of the Arabian Sea
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"Faces of India". Portraits of the inhabitants of the Indian Himalayas and the coast of the Arabian Sea
The cities with which I had, so to speak, love stories - which I filmed, which I immersed in - Gokarna and Pushkar. Gokarna is located near Goa, five hours away. This is the place where brahmins live ( social group, analogue of the European clergy. - RS ), practically a temple city, everything is in temples there. Amazing energy, it feels like you are in a slow motion movie: the movement of people, faces - everything seems to be floating. I shot with great enthusiasm, I felt contact with this city, I felt feedback. Pushkar is completely different, Rajasthani gypsies live there, seething energy, the real East, very subtle and always like that ... when you don’t know what will happen tomorrow. There is a Hindu temple of Brahma, and when I went there, I realized that I had never seen so much light! It's just a portal of light!
India - she is like a mother, such a country of maternal energy
I am open like a child, especially here in India. It doesn't scare me, it inspires me - the size of this world, how huge everything is. Indians are the same - they always make contact, are always open to communication, always ready to help you, tell you something, show you something. India is like a mother, such a country of maternal energy. After the first trip, I returned to Moscow, bought myself a camera and started taking pictures. Here the mind calms down, creative energy begins to flow. Anyone, not just me. I shoot cities, people, I do photo shoots, sometimes I take off clothes for friends, photo shoots related to clothing advertising, but mostly portraits. Not even portraits - eyes. It seems to me that when I shoot, a person is able to give me a part of himself, and I have to justify his trust.Photo gallery:
Photo album of Irina Zueva. India. Open hand
A raised hand, an open palm, according to Buddhist tradition, is a sign of peace and goodness, and peace and goodness is a single religion for all. Irina photographed children of different nationalities and religions in Goa, in the Himalayas and in the Uttara-Kannada district of Karnataka
I had a photo project with children "Raised Hand", and this idea came to me during vipassana. Children are for peace, peace is one religion for all. I photographed children of different nationalities, different faiths, each with a raised hand. Everything is very simple, but such an idea came, and I decided to implement it. This is about the purity of people, about the fact that we all come from childhood, and this, probably, was unifying.
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