A 3D printing shop in Bangkok has begun scanning and printing little dolls. It just takes 15 minutes to get scanned and purchase either a 6 cm figurine for USD 138 or a 30 cm model for USD 1,500. Then, you can sit back and wait 15 days for your 3D printed selfie to arrive.
IKEA hasn’t moved into the pet supply sector. “Duktig” is actually supposed to be used as a bed for children’s dolls. Japanese pet owners have learned, it is a adorable bed for cats. See some pictures here: