A more tactile way to show off your ultrasound to friends and family.

Little Cupids are the world's first ultrasound casts – a physical three-dimensional portrait of a pregnant mother’s baby, taken between twenty and thirty-six weeks pregnancy.

The idea was thought up by a Melbourne-based ultrasound clinic COGUS – who wanted to give mothers a more substantial way to keep their first ultrasounds. They worked alongside PreNatal 3D – a medical imaging company – to pioneer the process.

Resembling a traditional Greek bust, the casts take a few days to produce after having the ultrasound scan and come mounted on a frame. The mementos will soon be available at PreNatal 3D clinics around the country, costing $299 each.

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