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World's First 3D Printing Photo Booth

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Being jealous of Dr. Evil isn't something we'd readily admit to. Why would we be envious of a short, bald and very angry man? Two words: Mini-Me.

That was until we discovered the world's first 3D printing photo booth, which means we can create our very own mini versions of ourselves.

As part of an exhibition at the Eye of Gyre gallery in Japan by creative agency Party, from November 24 until January 14 2013, you can make a reservation to get yourself papped to create a replica of yourself, albeit in paper form.

You can even pick from three different sizes, small (10cm), medium (15cm) and large (20cm) for a cost of £166 (21,000 yen), £253 (32,000 yen) and £332 (42,000 yen), respectively.

Reservations are taken only through the website.

Now all we need is a ticket to Japan. Can anyone sub us?

P.s. Is that David Miliband on the right? No? Just us then.

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