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This is a 3D scan of a handmade ceramic cactus I bought in Mexico at a street market about 20 years ago.
I used Autodesk's 123D Catch app on my iPad mini to take about 30 photos of it. It was processed by Autodesk and I then cleaned it up using Netfabb Studio Basic and oriented it with MakerWare.
Added a loop at the top to make it into a keychain/necklace/etc.
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