Let your tot create his own 3D model
All thanks to Origo 3D Printer
In today’s times, technology - be it of any kind - has taken over our lives. Kids are the ones who love technology the most. They want the latest gadgets as their toys. Even their toys are inspired by technology. The change that the technology era has brought about, has also given an opportunity to gadgets manufacturing companies to always come up with something innovative and novel for the kids. This not only helps these companies to increase their market share but also to create a unique brand image.
Yes! Mimsy were the Borogoves, the popular science fiction story said it right that toys will change the world as well as the children. Here’s some good news for all you tech-savvy parents who are looking for the latest technology gadgets for your kids that will help them to learn more new things. Since 3D printing has become a phenomenon, Origo, a new project, has brought a 3D printer especially for the tots. Though the idea is still in its concept stage, it will materialize soon. The main idea behind this venture is to help young ones to explore their own creativity by making their own 3D models.
The all new Origo printer has been designed for an interface with 3DTin, a 3D modeling environment, which is web-based. This helps kids in developing their own 3D models and designs. Another similar example is i.materialize, which can help you to print your designs easily. One of the Origo developers, Joris Peels had already worked with i.materialize earlier.
He also quoted, “The reason the Origo is special because it’s the first 3D printer designed from the ground up for home use. A lot of effort has gone in to making it not only easy to use but also a relevant tool for kids. By designing a lot of custom components and thinking about the entire ecosystem around the Origo, Artur has been able to envision a 3D printer that could be in everyone’s home. It’s up to us now to see if we can turn that vision into reality.”
Origo sounds a great concept. Let’s see how far our kids will appreciate it.
View the colorful video given on the Origo official website.