An early REZQ promotional artefact–an advertising flyer, personalised per-employee and couriered aboard each respective REZQ vessel shortly after commissioning. Thom does not remember ever posing for this weird-looking picture, but he’d been fullbody-scanned so many times even in the first few days of his time with REZQ that it would be trivial for them to generate something like this for promotional purposes. Makes him worried about where else his image might be being used–REZQ would definitely have sold his 3D scan data to model libraries for a few extra bucks, there are a lot of weirdos out there, and they seem to be able to spend money on correspondingly weird shit. Well, he guesses he’d never know about it anyway.
There’s a stack of these somewhere on Angel Fish. Probably in one of the toilet blocks — they printed these things on real paper.