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Ever wondered how a photograph can be etched inside a 2D or 3D glass cube?
It all starts with a scanning device. Your photograph is enumerated and then analyzed by the scanner. The information collected is subsequently used to construct digital internal engraving inside a crystal glass with a laser beam.
A 2D or 3D subsurface laser engraved item beholding in its heart an eternal keepsake of memorable moments that can be cherished from one generation to the other! Crisp, tight, and detailed engraving items can be used as the best gift.
You can make great personalized photo gifts and to get your art gift ideas rolling, here are some examples of occasions to memorialize
Wedding party favors, anniversaries, graduations, family holidays, memorials, awards, Mother and Father's Day, Valentine's Day, National Dog Day, Animals, Christmas, or any other favorite commemorative event photos of yours.
Your creativity can go wild here. Think outside the box: what about your long-wanted favorite sports car? Imagine having a custom-made striking 3D laser engraving crystal representing a Ferrari.
Keep it near your computer or bedroom night table, look at it each morning when you wake up, and each night before going to sleep. See yourself driving the car. The image will slowly integrate your subconscious mind and act as a mind movie giving you much more possibilities of attracting that car to you…like magic!
Here's another crystal design tip for a 3D Laser Art:
Say you have an old country house in a remote area. You have spent many years of happiness in it and always loved the surroundings. But it gets more and more difficult to access it, especially in the wintertime. As no one is living there permanently, you decide to sell the land. Before getting into action, take a picture of the old country house and get a 3D Laser Photo Crystal made from it. You now have an eternal keepsake to cherish the very fond memories it invokes.
I could go on with other examples, but I think you now see it through.