Arty Lobster, the London-based 3D modeling and printing experts, has created a 3D printed sculpture of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s dog Beast, a Hungarian Sheepdog.
It comes after Zuckerberg revealed a 3D sculpture created using Virtual Reality (VR). The miniature Beast came into being using Oculus Medium, which was then 3D printed at Facebook’s hardware lab.
Arty Lobster is now offering to send its UK-created sculpture, which was modelled using traditional photos alone, to Facebook’s founder.
Lars B Andersen, Founder and MD of Arty Lobster, said: “We were intrigued and surprised when Mark Zuckerberg announced the creation of a 3D sculpture of his pet dog Beast. The finished version looked like a good likeness of Beast, however VR is not needed to create 3D sculpture, as it can be done with ‘old-fashioned’ photos alone! I wonder if Facebook knows that we create sculptures of peoples’ pets using snaps they send us?
“We’d love to send our 3D sculpture to Mark, and then maybe he can give one to Beast and keep one for himself?”