Just ask the marketers at Coca-Cola Israel, who promoted the release of its new mini bottle by inviting consumers to create mini versions of themselves via a gamified mobile app. Users who kept their virtual, pint-sized selves happy and healthy by picking out clothes, shopping for food and more were invited to Coke’s Israel headquarters.
There, they stepped inside a special lab to create “mini me” figurines made of colored sandstone. A 3D scanner photographed each person in minutes before transforming the images into a 3D model. Then, high-resolution 3D printers were used to create the tiny keepsakes. Take a look:
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