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Khora Image prints ‘3D art’ from your 2D pictures

29
Oct
2013

A new project called Khora Image aims to let you craft 3D art from any 2D picture or photo. The digital fabrication technique, which Khora calls subtractive printing, carves any image onto a recycled board in a variety of textured patterns. Customers can choose the color, whether they want their image to be etched in dots or stripes, and at how fine a resolution — lower definition images can produce abstract results, though of course theres an trade-off in fidelity.

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