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3D Printed World Heritage Sites: Tokyo Virtual World

-世界遺産模型の- ばーちゃわーるど


“Tokyo Virtual World” is a hobby website that shows models of world heritage sites from many different countries. The creator, a Japanese man, who loves making models and traveling runs this website. He uses both of original 3D printed parts and store-bought parts. The delicately crafted and carefully paint models are impressive and interesting to see. He is not only presenting his work, but also releases free 3D model data, sells unpainted model craft kits, introduces how he created the models including some failure cases, and reviews home 3D printers.

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Yasuko Fujisawa
Yasuko Fujisawa
Yasuko Fujisawa is a Graphic Designer from Japan. She moved to Los Angeles in 2008, then Boston in August, 2014. From her background as a town community manager and publicist, she has developed a passion for research into how people connect with 3D printer technology to improve their lives. Yasuko is actively engaged in discussion about the latest 3D print news with both English and Japanese readers. Find her on twitter @yacco_f

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