The 'In utero' 3D Printing Service Provides Tangible Ultrasounds

By: Michael Hemsworth - Aug 31, 2016
References: & damngeeky
The 'In utero' 3D printing service looks to provide mothers-to-be with a tangible sonogram rather than a printed image. Using 3D printing technology, 'In utero' provides the printed sculptures as a means for those with seeing problems or who are blind to feel the imagery rather than see it.

The Szczecin, Poland-based startup can create the 3D renderings for parents in about four to seven hours with exceptional precision to boot. 'In utero' provides a great option for blind mothers to experience the joy of sonograms without having to rely on traditional photographs.

The 'In utero' 3D printing service also enables parents to print sonograms as a keepsake to help immortalize pregnancy stages and turn them into small works of art to display.