Panasonic's 2 Gigapixels 3D Stereoscopic Photobooth
Panasonic (Japan) created this "3D photo boot on steroids" able to capture a full body 360-view in just 1/1000 of a second, allowing 3D printing of a mini-sculpture to show action poses of people in motion.
2 gigapixels of data from the 120 LUMIX GH4 ($1,500 each retail price) cameras are then loaded into special software that recreates a 3D model ready for a color 3D printer. You can take home a small color plaster figurine for 450$ (after a few hours of 3D printing).
3D PhotoLab Explained
Where to find it
The booth can be found at the Panasonic Center in Osaka, Japan.