Yikes! Your Daughter's Face Put on a Disney Princess Figurine
New Technology Superimposes Face Onto Disney Princess Figurine
Forget the dress-up parties -- now your little girl can be a real Disney Princess.
Ah, technology can be a little creepy sometimes.
I'm not just talking about some fun with Photoshop at home -- no, Disney has created a way to superimpose your little girl's face onto a princess -- for a price. (What else is new, this is DISNEY we're talking about.)
As you'd expect, it's not cheap.
Your little princess aged of 3-12, can get her face superimposed onto a figure of one of their favorite Disney gals.
Is that a little steep to make your little one actually look like Cinderella, Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Rapunzel, Snow White or Tiana?
Um. A little.
The Disney Parks blog explains all the details of D-Tech Me, which was used to make Star Wars fans "frozen" in carbonite during the Star Wars Weekends 2012.
D-Tech Me's "interactive experience" will be available beginning August 25 in Downtown Disney Marketplace.
Girls between ages 3 and 12 can get "their likeness on a three-dimensional 7-inch Disney Princess figurine keepsake," the blog explains.
Reservations are suggested for the 10-minute procedure, which uses several cameras to get multiple face angles.
The finished figurine is shipped home within five to six weeks.