This product uses an Arduino Uno (IoT device) to control the movement of the time-of-flight ToF sensor. It also gives voice instructions to the user to toggle various buttons, instructs them to look directly at the ToF sensor and then press a push-button when the scanning is completed.
The completed 3D-printed bust using, this Ianboake.com IoT product, is shown. It shows the bust printed in black PLA, albeit with the support material not removed, as yet, under my chin and it was not printed on a very good 3D printer.
This product is at the Crowdfunding stage (i.e a MarkIII product) so please donate with the Tag: 3D_Immortal, as your donation reference. Also if you want me to 3D-scan a similar bust of you, these will cost $50 each, so please email me. I do however suggest that you get it professionally 3D-printed, as the results will be substantially better than the example that you see here.
Gallery of images during the development stages: