As we wind down our coverage for IFA 2015, we find ourselves firmly in the IFA uncanny valley. Like 3D printed fetus uncanny. We wrote about WolfPrint's unique service for expecting parents a while back, but it's another thing entirely to see it in person.

The German company works with ultrasound clinics to develop a 3D model of an unborn child and brings it out using a powder-based 3D Systems printer. The head-on bust is then framed alongside the ultrasound photo.

It's as weird as you're probably thinking. It's a bit rough from the 3D printing process. I know. They let me touch it.

I couldn't see myself partaking in the company's services, but hey, it's your couple hundred bucks.

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