Ever dreamed of waking up in the morning and walking over to one of your shelves and looking at a creepy Disney Princess doll with your child’s face imposed on it? Well, now you can thanks to the power of technology!
Disney is using a new tech called D-Tech Me to map children’s faces to Disney Princess dolls. They used the process already to freeze people in carbonite for Star Wars Weekends, but those didn’t come across as the spawn of Chucky.
The process takes 10 minutes and uses a bunch of cameras to take a photo of your child’s face (ages 3 – 12) and they map it to a 3D-printed Disney Princess doll. The figure is seven inches and your child can possess the body of Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Snow White or Tiana. The dolls will also feature the hair and eye colors of your child, rather than of the princesses. You just get their bodies.
Each doll is $99.95 and costs an additional $15.95 for shipping within the United States. It launches in Downtown Disney Marketplace Disney World on August 26. Thanks technology! [Business Insider]