Going through a MRI scan is not something one would classify as a “fun day out”, but then again, it is necessary to undergo the MRI scan as and when the situation requires it. Well, Andy Millins decided to take avantage of the situation by getting his brain scanned as part of a research project, and with his brain scan “schematics”, he actually converted it into an STL file, which is the very format that is used to create 3D “prints” of objects. Using his newly compiled STL file, he managed to come up with a three-dimensional model of his own brain, followed by churning out a latex mold using that. Not only that, the cheeky streak in Andy continued as he started to make chocolate shapes of his brain from the mold. Hmmm, tasty!
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