The movie industry is beginning to see how much value 3D printing offers, especially on effects-heavy films that are made with huge numbers of 3D digital models. This glove, used in ‘Iron Man 2,’ was made using a 3D printer, and is part of a full-body suit used in some of the film’s live-action scenes.
Amy Buser Reconstructed People have been using the Microsoft Kinect with 3D printing for a while now using excellent programs like Kyle McDonald’s KinectToStl . However, until recently, most programs can only capture one side of an object which creates a kind of relief sculpture. To get around this limitation, you could take multiple scans and manually merge them.