A 3D replica of your fetus serves as a prenatal memorabilia


We spoke about the possibility of having a hologram based avatar of you by the year 2045. Now Japanese engineering firm Fasotec and partners Parkside Hiroo Ladies Clinic bring you a similar idea of creating a 3D-based replica of a human life form – the fetus of your unborn child! For $1200, you can step into the Parkside Hiroo Ladies Clinic for your routine MRI and step out with a 90x60x40mm dimension model of your unborn child – prenatal memorabilia or what?

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The fetus is first photographed using MRI, and the resulting image data processed using special 3D software. A 3D printer is then used to construct the model, using clear resin for the mother’s body and white resin for the fetus. The baby’s position, posture, and appearance appear exactly as it does in the mother’s uterus. We can’t wait to tell you that the brilliant, although outlandish, the baby model comes seated in a posh white jewelry box.
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