In addition to straight-up 3D printers and toys made from them, there were companies with lithography technology, mass produced keshi gomu toys (made from molds that were created using 3D technology), and more.
Here's a video followed by stills of some of the booths.
|I remember this type of etching being popular a long time ago. Back then, lasers were the big thing. I think they were made by sharks with lasers on their heads. Throw me a frickin etching here!|
|Nice example of the potential of this technology to produce complex items.|