The World's First 3D Printed Frisbee is Swank Enough for P. Diddy

If your regular old Frisbee just isn't doing it for you anymore and you've got a spare $215 lying around, consider the uber-customizable FrisMe. You can choose its size and shape, or add your initials and a cool "texture".

If you have access to a 3D printer, you can download the file for your FrisMe and print it yourself on the cheap. But if you're willing to fly out to Belgium, you can get your hand scanned at the I.Materialise headquarters and become one of the few people in the world who possess a $1,300 flying disc imprinted with a 3D image of their own hand. [I.Materialise via Wired]