The use of a standard font, too, like the machines that make these things do postscript.
Am I the only one that saw those heads, and had the thought “Hey, kinda looks like oompa-loompa heads”?
Dacker, if you follow the link, his flickr set then links to his page about how it’s done:
Seems pretty legit to me.
Rob, it is printed then turned into a mask, then the tubes are “grown,” so likely their output device did have postscript.
I think this is fake. It looks rendered rather than nanotech. The edges are too sharp, especially where the text and objects meet the substrate.
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