China’s first ever 3D photo printing service has introduced in Xi’an, Shaanxi province in Northwest China region. A 3D miniature of a customer can be made within 3 hours. First it takes 15 minutes of scanning the customer’s whole body to computer for analyzing data to proceed molding. It takes another two to three hours to print out the carving in 3D printing machine. Printing material can be organic or inorganic, such as plastic, rubber and wax. All finished products can be colored. The shop also prints customized iPhone case and figures, with this cool technology you can pretty much print anything, especially small gifts. Previously we saw the same kind of 3D printing service spring up in Japan as well, we believe the charging price will be more consumer-friendly in China …
2012 is almost over, we have seen many extraordinary incidents this year, such as the flesh-hungry monster in China’s Subway and the massive civil unrest across 85 Chinese cities against Japan over Diaoyu islands. People in China are getting more attentions from the world, more astonishing Chinese cultures are being dug up. So, it’s time to wrap up the most ridiculous China’s news stories of the year. Check it out after the break!
Last weekend marks the beginning of the coldest period in winter across China. Temperatures have dropped in many places as a result of the strongest cold front so far. Many areas are bracing for record low temperatures, in Beijing, the lowest temperature has reach minus 15 degrees Celsius (5 degrees Fahrenheit). A young and sexy lingerie model has been arranged for photo shooting in the snow, and it can be quite upset to have this kind of job under the snowy weather and cold climate …
To survive in the fierce competition of Chinese mobile market, the phone makers in China are trying to imitate everything from Apple. We have attended Meizu MX2 launch party in Beijing, which was considered to be another equivalent to Apple’s keynote event. Previously, we remembered CNN has mentioned that Meizu was formerly the coveted smartphone brand in China, but that mantle has passed on to Xiaomi which — like Apple — masterfully markets its technology like a lifestyle. But now we believe Meizu has strike back, which proved they can host a better Apple keynote knockoff in China. After having a preview video of Meizu MX2, we’ve made another video to take you through the magnificent Meizu MX2 launch event inside Beijing WaterCube. Meanwhile, we will look at Meizu MX2 in more details and how Meizu gives Xiaomi a big punch.
In the last summer, we took part in a three days trip with Meizu’s fans and their staffs. Within the three days of vacation, we toured Meizu’s headquarter in Zhuhai, attended to the Meizu MX’s launch event in Guangzhou and went to a mysterious island somewhere in the South China Sea. We have made a special video for this trip, and it will show you how a Chinese smartphone brand connected with their users. Hope you guys would like it…=)
This is not a photoshopped work, it’s real. A group of college students from Dalian, a major city at Northeast China, recently shot their graduation photos against a unique backdrop, their school building engulfed in flames. The university is located next to a warehouse. The warehouse caught fire and the flames spread to a student dormitory nearby. Many students first had the opportunity to use the burning dorm as the background for their graduation photos. It’s too big of a coincidence to see the university on fire on a graduation day and the students were filled with excitement. Two more photo after the break. UPDATE: new photo and video
You may recall we previously reported that Nikon setup their Mirrorless Cameras production line in China. And guess what? Here’s another lens manufacturer in China, and we were surprised with this 35mm/f0.95 lens (concept shot above) that they have produced. As far as we know, the lens is produced for Micro Four Thirds cameras, and there’re some image samples that we are going to show you after the break.
A month ago, Instagram has introduced an updated version of its hugely popular photo sharing app, which added support for Chinese microblog service Sina Weibo. And now, it is reportedly to have 100,000 photos uploaded already. The figure is impressive since Instagram still has not do much to promote its app in China yet.
A young female customer from Ningbo city, northeast of Zhejiang province, sent her iPhone to an Apple franchise store for repairing. The naughty repairman has recovered all her deleted naked photos while fixing the phone. The repairman has made copies of those photos and loaded them onto a sample device which display in the store. The young lady was shocked when seeing her naked photos on the display iPhone as she came back to pick up her own iPhone. The woman’s boyfriend rushed to the store for explanation and alerted the police …
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