Players can now appear in their own computer game - and in 3D.
UK-based BT and AvatarMe have developed computer and Internet technology to create 3D models, or avatars, of people that can be scanned and downloaded into games such as Quake.
The Millennium Dome in London has three avatar scanning booths and images can be downloaded from www.bt.com/talkzone and put into the game.
Kiwi users can take part if visiting London and later access their images through the Internet. However, BT says they have no firms plans to bring the booths to New Zealand, but they may subject to market demand.