A creative director in Finland decided to get creative so he took his wife's ultrasound scan data for their soon-to-be-born child and used it to make a 4D ultrasound that could be viewed in virtual reality.
It sure beats those nice 4D pictures the ultrasound scanning business give you. The father and mother actually get to see their child in a new dimension, especially how he or she will look from every conceivable angle.
While this process of developing a baby model is a bit complicated and technical right now, it is bound to get easier and the process is already being used by surgeons who 3D print damaged organs to study how best to repair them.
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