This Halloween, instead of deciding between going as Captain Ron or Corporal Ron Jeremy, go as yourself -- or at least a freakishly oversized version of yourself -- thanks to You3dMe, a Houston startup run by a duo of Iraq vets (Marines/Army). Here are the answers to the questions you're probably even now weirdly asking aloud:
Wait, what the hell is this thing? It's a massive 3D rendering of your noggin (or, even stranger, a friend's noggin) created using extra-heavy, recycled card stock and computer programs so advanced your IT guy might not even snicker at you for wearing a mask made from a rudimentary computer program.
What do I need to do? Send them front and side shots of yourself, taken using a flash, with your mouth closed and the hair brushed off your forehead. Also, be sure your expressions match between the two photos -- as opposed to "I feel weird taking pictures of myself" followed by "I'm really, really getting into this".
Anything else? They'll cut out and assemble everything, though if you're feeling crafty you can pay a little less money and do that part yourself -- though let's face it, the odds you'll feel crafty are slimmer than the odds your Ron Jeremy-ness extends past the fake mustache.