After Henry has this 3D image of the object (one or two people in this case), he interacts with SketchFab to fabricate the actual model (or Figurine) using one of the most capable 3D printers I have encountered. The models are in full color and have a slightly grainy sand-like surface. They are very lifelike. Of course, one of my friends reacted this morning by saying "Next, I suppose we will see rubberized versions of these objects where the arms, legs and mouths move as the figure walks about on the table repeating some of the subjects finer expressions."
In any case, here are some photos of the models:
Well, since I anticipated that people would be enthusiastic when they saw these things, I have held off saying anything about them to give Henry a chance to get his business plan for this service completed. I'm not sure if this has happened yet, but the cat is out of the bag since I took two of our models into coffee this morning to show my friends. Immediately the iPhone Cameras came out, and the rest is history. You can contact Henry Houh.