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Give Someone Special Their Face for Christmas

December 15, 2008

BEAVERTON, Ore., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ — Innovative technology company
ThatsMyFace.com launches a brand new product line just in time for last-minute
Christmas shoppers looking for that one-of-a-kind present. By giving loved
ones and friends a gift voucher from ThatsMyFace.com, customers can give the
recipient the opportunity to immortalize themselves by ordering a
photorealistic sculpture of their face.

(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20081215/AQM128)

There was a time when only the rich and famous could afford to have
statues carved in stone. Now, with advanced facial analysis and the advent of
state-of-the-art 3D printing technologies, ThatsMyFace.com makes this art form
available to anyone, ordered online and delivered direct to the door.

“ThatsMyFace.com brings traditional 2D photography and portrait sculptures
into the full-color world of the 21st century. We called it ‘That’s My Face
because that was literally the first thing I said when I saw my first facial
reproduction. It’s like being face-to-face with yourself,” says Dr. Marc
Cardle
, the founder of ThatsMyFace.com.

All that is needed is to upload two headshots: one from the front and one
from the side. ThatsMyFace.com does the rest and reconstructs a realistic 3D
facial model. Customers may even tweak its appearance, such as changing age,
ethnicity, or even, gender. The resulting face can then be applied to a
variety of gifts, from a $29 keychain to a $2000 head sculpture.

“I just unboxed it. You guys are amazing!” said ThatsMyFace.com customer
Dean B. after receiving a face mask of his baby daughter.

About ThatsMyFace.com

ThatsMyFace.com are specialists in transforming 2D portraiture into 3D
sculptures. They offer free online facial reconstruction and analysis, with
the opportunity to subsequently purchase personalized lifelike sculptures of a
person’s face.

SOURCE ThatsMyFace.com


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