As part of its Star Wars-themed weekends, back in May Disney World offered a D-Tech Me experience to all of its guests that they were "frozen" in carbonite using 3D scanning and 3D printing technology.
Starting August 26, D-Tech Me is offering a very new and very cool experience for all the girls ages 3-12 to fulfill their princesses dream. At the World of Disney in Downtown Disney Marketplace, guests can get their face on a three-dimensional 7-inch Disney Princess figurine.
During this 10-minute experience, several cameras will instantly capture multiple angles of a guest's face which are reconstructed in a computer for processing. The "princess in waiting" can choose one of seven different Disney Princesses including Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Snow White and Tiana. Hair, skin and eye color of the figurine are customized to match the guest. A Princess silver link necklace with choice of colored gem charm is also included for participants.
Using the world's highest-resolution, single-shot 3D face scanner an image is captured and then the 3D file is printed out using a high resolution 3D printer. Within 5~6 weeks the completed figurine will be delivered to guest's home. Isn't it amazing? The price starts from $99.95, and this offer is only for a limited time - so hurry up and make a reservation!
Source: Disney.go & youtube
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