Users Create Personalized, Mini, Cardboard Cut-Outs Of Themselves

Users Create Personalized, Mini, Cardboard Cut-Outs Of Themselves

A new website lets you create a three dimensional version of yourself.

Karen Summerson
  • 1 october 2012

A website is about to launch that will make any narcissist jump for joy. lets you create a likeness of yourself that will become a miniature, 3-D cardboard figure. What you’ll do with it, we don’t know, but it looks like fun.

Much like an online avatar, you’ll pick your eye shape and color, hair style, clothing, etc. which will be printed on laminated and sent for you to assemble. No glue or tape required, just follow the folding instructions. 8.5 cm tall and weighing in at 10 grams, you’ll have your own mini-me!

Check out the video to see a live demo.


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+fashion / apparel
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