It might seem as if we’re slightly obsessed JJ Abrams on Personalize, what with all that Massive Dynamics talk, but the latest reference to the Sci-fi franchise beau comes out of the 3D Systems household.
Through their Cubify 3DMe app you can turn yourself into a 3D printed Star Trek figurine just in time for Abrams’ latest Star Trek movie Into Darkness.
Under license from CBS Consumer Products, Star Trek 3DMe lets users create a full-color, personalized 3D printed figurine of themselves in a Star Trek uniform from the original series by simply uploading two photographs of their face.
Figurines are available in a variety of poses including the famous “Live long and prosper” Vulcan gesture complete with the elf like Spock ears.
The unique 5.5" figurines are 3D printed in full-color on 3D Systems' Projet(R) 660Pro, with a ceramic-like feel. Star Trek 3DMe figurines retail for $69.99 each and are available on Cubify.com.
"We're delighted to offer Star Trek fans the chance to join the crew of the Enterprise in a way that was never before possible - by replicating themselves in 3D as a crew member," said Sarah W. Stocker, Senior Director of Cubify for 3D Systems.