Shapify: 3D Printed Action Figure of Yourself

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

3D printing is taking over everything, and selfies are no exception. Up your selfie game with a 3D printed figure of yourself by the team at Shapify.

Before we continue, there’s one caveat worth noting – you will need an Xbox One (although they are rolling it out for PC as well). Now we’re not suggesting you go get an Xbox One just to transform yourself into an action figure, but if you do have one, it’s just another awesome service taking advantage of the Microsoft built entertainment console. The service is easy to use. Simply take a photo with your Kinect, doing any pose you’d like, and if you like what you see on the screen, all you have to do is hit the order button. They even offer free shipping. [Purchase]

Shapify 3D Printed Figure 1

Shapify 3D Printed Figure 2

Shapify 3D Printed Figure 3

Shapify 3D Printed Figure 5

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