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Exciting iMut8r News!

In 2008, we at Legacy had a dream: That one day you could take photos of yourself and your loved ones and turn them into the most repulsive amalgam of horror imaginable. One foggy fall eve that year, the iMut8r app was born.

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The app was a hit. People from all over the globe turned selfies into hideous portraits of terror. It was named App of the Week by Apple. It created mass hysteria that shut down entire cities for weeks. Okay, that last one wasn’t true. But our app has been a perennial Halloween favorite the past five years. People mix and match from eight different monster categories to create original mutations, never-before-seen amalgamations of sinew, suture and fang to impress their friends and intimidate enemies.

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Well we’ve got some great news: iMut8r 2.2.0 has just been released! It’s been updated for iOS7 and the iPhone 5 and has an entirely new monster category to choose from, The Creeping Flesh, where you can scar your skin or make it crawl and melt!


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Got a photo of you and a friend? Share your epidermal maladies and conjoin yourselves! It’s a brand new feature for 2.2.0 that’s got us spooked.

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iMut8r is one of our favorite creations, because we get to see what other people create with it. Update to the new version and let’s see what you make! (It’s a dollar in the Apple App Store for newbies.)


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Robot Design Contest Winner

Legacy recently partnered with Stan Winston School to judge their robot design contest. Our resident 3D printing specialist Jason Lopes picked the winner, Hajeer Jomehri’s Robobeast, out of dozens of submitted 3D designs and printed it on our Connex 500.


“His aesthetic really jumped out at me,” Lopes explains. “The contours to the mechanics in Hajeer’s design are really stunning.” The piece was printed in Vero Gray. “I would call Vero Gray our ‘house resin.’ It’s the most multipurpose resin and I think the grow turned out perfect.”


The final printed Robobeast is currently on its way to Jomehri, so we thought we’d share the results with you guys. Our congratulations to Hajeer on his awesome work and a big thank you to Ryan Hayford at Stratasys for donating the material!


Hajeer Jomehri’s Robobeast Computer 3D Models Below

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Hajeer’s original 3D design.



Jason Lopes hard at work cleaning the winning piece.



The final grown and cleaned piece!