South Korea’s 3D photo craze
Forget selfies - this is South Korea’s latest photo craze. Life-like three-dimensional figurines are the talk of the town here. It takes about a 100 cameras to capture an image. The photos taken in the store act as a digital blueprint. At a plant in southwestern Seoul, the figures are then built in layers using gypsum powder. They are a slightly more costly alternative to selfies though... One of these will set you back $100 to $300.