The Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, US, has created the world's first, complete, 3D-printed miniature symphony orchestra. A number of musicians, mainly from London City Orchestra, were photographed by London studio my3Dtwin in a special 360-degree booth, with cameras arranged to capture every angle of the musician and his or her instrument. The resulting photos were translated into a digital rendering that was then printed as a 1/12 scale plaster of Paris 'twin' model of the musician. The orchestra sits atop an 84-inch monitor which lights up as audio of the different sections plays, illustrating instrumental character and sound.

For full details visit the MIM website.