You Can Eat A 3-D Chocolate Model Of Your Face, Just In Time For Valentine’s Day

Shockingly, it’s currently only available in Japan.

1. The Fab Café in Shibuya, Tokyo, has set up a 3-D printer that prints chocolate models of people’s faces. Currently the service is available only for women.

2. Step 1: Get a 3-D scan of your face in the way you want it to look in the box of chocolates.

3. Step 2: Your face is uploaded into a software that transforms the contours of your expression into carving marks.

4. Step 3: Your face is pumped out as a mold that you can keep and pour chocolate into, so you can make as many you-shaped chocolates as you want.


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