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Turn Yourself Into James Cameron’S Avatar

by Range

While the technology to make your own genetic or robotic Avatar isn’t yet available, you can turn yourself into the image of an Avatar by using a handy new website from the guys at McDonald’s. Impress all of your friends with your own custom-made Avatar!

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The website is called Avatarize Yourself. You simply upload a photo of yourself and let it work its magic. Soon, you’ll have your own Avatar. That being said, they definitely give some comical results. It’s true that Avatars don’t look like Smurfs, but some of these photos made me wonder if that would be better.

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Anyway, go check it out and share it with your friends. It’s sure to give some interesting results, depending on the type of photos that you upload. I wonder what would happen if I avatarized my dog?

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  1. wani says:

    i want to be one

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