Making a product a little higher than the previous one is not an innovation (you understand what I mean), real innovation creates something that amazes everyone or that can solve the problems of the masses. Such an innovation was announced yesterday as part of the Kickstarter projects.
The 3Doodler project, the first 3D printing pen in the world. a pen that lets you draw in the air, create beautiful sculptures like the Eiffel Tower in 3D and no software or computer is needed. You just need a basic household power supply and your drawing skills, nothing else.
The concept behind this pen that heated plastic comes out of its tip, which quickly cools and solidifies in a stable structure. At first you might find it difficult to draw with perfection, but 3 Doodler have found a solution for this too, they will provide stencils to start practicing and even free.
The 3 Doodler as a magic pen filled with ABS plastic (the material used by many 3D printers).
The best thing about this startup that was founded with a noble reason to make it accessible to everyone, maintaining the modest price of 75 USD.
Here is the demonstration video published by the 3Doodler team, which shows that it works, let's watch it together!
Here are some of the founders of the 3Doodler project
This project curated by a team of two people, Peter Dilworth and Maxwell Bogue, both are exceptionally talented and experienced and this shows the kind of innovation they are bringing with 3Doodler.
Together they co-founded WobbleWorks in 2011, an emerging toy and robotics company and 3Doodler a project only under WobbleWorks.
Here are some fantastic 3Doodler creations (Pics)
Founders of 3Doodler, the first 3D printing pen in the world
For more information, visit the official 3Doodler website.
If you want to support (finance) 3Doodler, here is the Kickstarter page of the project.