The arrival of Hasbro’s “Selfie Series” figures at final weekend’s Pulse Con lastly presents folks (within the U.S., at the least) the prospect to get their very own little lifelike motion determine, lifelike as long as you dream of being one among a number of advantageous Hasbro-affiliated licenses already. But how does the tech maintain up? Well, the app at the least makes issues attention-grabbing.
While what we’ve seen of Hasbro’s proposed end-results for the Selfie Series look fairly neat, the issue proper now could be that the inventive course of that results in you finally spending $60 on such a challenge leaves one thing just a little to be desired. It includes a sequence of images you’re requested to take of your self, which the Hasbro app then makes use of to create a map of your face that may ultimately be printed onto a determine sculpt.
It’s a straightforward sufficient activity, however the way in which the photographs are previewed within the app—awkwardly rendered in 3D with no matter hair and physique you choose, from Star Wars characters to Power Rangers, from Spider-Man to Ghostbusters—leaves… one thing to be desired. As action-figure followers struggled to seize one thing that didn’t seem like it got here out of the brand new Hellraiser, the staffers at io9 (at the least, these of us within the U.S., harumph) took a glimpse contained in the digital mirror to see how they could end up… and you’ll see the ends in the subsequent few slides, together with their ideas.
Stay tuned to io9 for extra on Hasbro’s Selfie Series, as figures start rolling out to prospects within the coming months.
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