Ever fancied having your own death mask, or recreating Han Solo's fate? It's not actually all that hard to use modern technology to make it happen.
Image: Kevin Jarrett
The process involves taking around 40 photos of your face while staying as still as possible — so you'll need help from a friend — and then using free tools such as 123D Catch and Meshmixer to provide the 3D model you'll need. Over at TechLife, Darren Yates runs through the process from snap to print. What you do with a 3D model of your own face is then up to you.
How to make your own 3D printed face [Techlife]