3Doodler Start Product Design Themed Activity Kit (3D Pen Not Included)

The award-winning 3Doodler Start allows kids to bring their ideas to life in 3D
With the 3Doodler Start Product Designs Sets you can design the future!

Let their individual style shine & get them started in the exciting world of product design.
With the 3Doodler Start Product Design Activity Kit you can design and personalize your very own useable accessories such as watch, clock, phone cases, phone speaker amplifier, headphone wraps, wallets, luggage tags, key holders, coin organizers and picture frames!

Each Set contains:
An analogue watch face, themed Activity Guide (with over 12 projects), 2 DoodleBlocksTM,, Spherical DoodleMoldTM, DoodleSheetsTM, and 2 packs (48 strands) of 3Doodler Start Plastic in 8 colors.

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Product Features

  • FOR KIDS WHO LOVE TO DESIGN & PERSONALIZE: With the 3Doodler Start Product Design Sets you can you can make your own, unique watch, clock, phone cases, phone speaker amplifier, headphone wraps, wallets, and so much more!
  • FOR USE WITH 3DOODLER START 3D PEN: Uses low heat BPA-free, non-toxic Plastic so it’s completely safe for kids aged 8+.
  • PERFECT FOR STEM LEARNING: As a tactile learning toy, the 3Doodler Start inspires creativity, design, planning, building and spatial understanding.
  • INCLUDES NEW ACCESSORIES: Spherical DoodleMoldTM for drawing perfect spheres or domes every time, and DoodleSheetsTM save you time & plastic for larger projects.
  • Each set contains: Analogue watch face, Activity Guide, DoodleMoldTM, 2 DoodleBlocksTM, DoodleSheetsTM, 2 packs of Plastic. THIS KIT DOES NOT INCLUDE A 3DOODLER START PEN.

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Disney Is Partnering With a 3D-Printing Startup to Make Themed Prosthetics for Kids

When a UK-based startup set out to make prosthetics that were more appealing to children, I don’t think they could’ve asked for a better partner than Disney themselves. Open Bionics is a startup that makes low-cost 3D-printed prosthetics, and they’re getting help from Disney’s Techstars Accelerator program in the form of royalty-free licenses. This way, the company can get as creative as they want with products based on Iron Man, Elsa from Frozen, and a glowing, buzzing “lightsaber hand” reminiscent of the Star Wars franchise.

Open Bionics received $120,000 as part of the program. The models that the money will help produce are controlled by impulses from the user’s muscles. Vibrating motors and LED lights do more than just special effects: they let the user know about the strength they’re exerting, and allow others (doctors and parents) to see and understand the signals being sent to the device. 

CEO Joel Gibbard wants to change the way kids look at their prosthetics. “The power of these prosthetics is that the public perception is completely different. All of a sudden they’re not being asked how they lost their hand, they’re being asked where they got their cool robot hand, how does it feel, and how does it work?” Gibbard told the Independent. “What might have been perceived as their greatest weakness is seen as their greatest strength.” 

One of the most life-changing aspects will be the cost of the prosthetics. The company is aiming to have the prosthetic hands available by the end of next year for around $500, with more designs on the way.