D-Tech Me Experience Returns for Star Wars Weekends
One of the more popular activities for Star Wars Weekends is returning again this year. The D-Tech Me experience is back for this year’s event and is where guests can have their faces cast on a mold of a Star Wars figurine.
This year, there will be four exciting options to choose from. They include the previous two: the Carbon-Freeze Me mold (similar to what happens to Han Solo in Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back) and the Stormtrooper mold. New this year are molds of the Alderaan Princess and the X-Wing Pilot.
The process works as follows: Guests will take part in a 3D face scan. From, there, the scan will be sent to a 3D printer. Once created, the figurine will be mailed to guests in approximately 7-8 weeks. (International shipping may take a bit longer.)
The experience will take place in Darth’s Mall, a special merchandise location only available during Star Wars Weekends. This year Darth’s Mall will be located on Soundstage 1, between Toy Story Mania and the Studio Backlot Tour.
Guests can purchase either a 7-inch figurine for $99.95 (plus tax and shipping) or a new 16-inch figurine for a whopping $1,499.95 (plus tax and shipping.)
The Disney Parks Blog shared that guests will also be able to take last year’s face scan and add it to a different figurine, if they so choose.
To book your experience, call (407) WDW-TECH. A credit card number will be required to hold the reservation, and cancellation fees may apply. This opportunity will only take place during Star Wars Weekends. Keep in mind that theme park admission is required to enter the park.
Star Wars Weekends are scheduled for May 16-18, May 23-25, May 30-June 1, June 6-8, and June 13-15.
For Star Wars fans, this is a can’t pass up, absolutely unique souvenir.
5 thoughts on “D-Tech Me Experience Returns for Star Wars Weekends”
$1499.95? That cannot be real.
That’s what Disney claims…I got nothing. I can’t imagine spending that much on a 16-inch figurine. I’m sure someone will. Just not me.
I guess as the 7-inch is 99,95 the 16-inch should be 149,95, just an extra 9 in the number…
For $1499 I could buy medium quality 3D printer, and hire a designer to create a similar piece myself.