My Retro Photobooth for weddings designed initially in Moi.

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 From:  3dcnc
4419.1 
I used Moi for a personal project to design a retro/vintage/classic wooden photobooth with a twist for weddings and high end events. Some work was done in Rhino at the end to help with contruction and cnc cutting.

"Temp" website with gallery of finished booth.

www.fotonoir.co.uk
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 From:  Michael Gibson
4419.2 In reply to 4419.1 
Very nice - love the rich dark wood final result!

- Michael
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 From:  3dcnc
4419.3 In reply to 4419.2 
Thanks Michael

I used Moi at the start because I prefered how it displayed my model in the concept stage.
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 From:  Michael Gibson
4419.4 In reply to 4419.3 
Yup MoI is particularly well suited for the starting phase of a project when you just want to make some concepts and draw some stuff quickly.

Is this photo booth something that you will rent out to various weddings, or was it built for one specific wedding?

- Michael
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 From:  3dcnc
4419.5 In reply to 4419.4 
I plan to rent it out. If it goes well, I might build a second one.
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 From:  B-W-Design
4419.6 
Very cool! An it does realy nice fotos!
And it's so quite amazing how damn cool stuff you are doing with cnc. I am speechless. realy. wow.

Janne
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 From:  twofoot
4419.7 In reply to 4419.1 
Please please please make sure you protect your intellectual "assets" on this project. I can honestly see someone swooping in and knocking off your project by the dozens and having them installed in every department store in the UK. (Been there, it sucks.)

Come to think of it, perhaps *you* should talk to Harrods or Selfridges. LOL Retro is the new future!

Cheers,

Chris
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 From:  3dcnc
4419.8 In reply to 4419.7 
Really appreciate all the positive comments. Thank you for the concern Chris. I think it is always hard to protect a design, but its alot of work and money to produce. I am not planning on selling it, so it might make it harder to produce. I don't want to live my life trying to protect an idea. It took a year of prototypes to get it to work properly. I am still tweaking it.You saw it here first.

EDITED: 15 Aug 2011 by 3DCNC

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