Earlier this year, BlablabLAB set up a sort of interactive art installation on La Rambla, Barcelona's iconic pedestrian street. The user stands in the structure, surrounded by three towers with hacked Kinect sensors inside. Those sensors capture a 360-degree video of the user as he or she (or they) poses. That data is then sent to a RepRap, a very low-cost, low-resolution 3-D printer, which prints out a small figurine of the user(s) in some kind of thermoplastic. Instead of a wax lion or a "Yo <3 Barca" t-shirt, the user is presented with a tiny souvenir of themselves.