In the history that we all know, pens allow us to draw in two dimensions, and depending on style and the ability of the artist holding it, the 3D visual effect is different. But technology has advanced and the dream of every child artist has come true: a pencil whose drawings come to life.
The 3Doodler is the first pen that writes in three dimensions and doesn’t need a computer to do so, it only needs refills of a special plastic so that creativity never stops flowing.
Check out the video and be surprised with the possibilities that children in the future will have to draw:
The mechanism is relatively simple; the pen heats the plastic and then comes out the other end and solidifies quickly, forming a solid structure capable of holding its own weight.
It will probably be the perfect gifts for kids in a nearby future; a revolution in the way of understanding art, in creating concepts, for artistic use or professional use. This pencil has been created by Peter Dilworth and Max Bogue, co-founders of WobbleWorks, who had a successful run on Kickstarter and now hope to sell pencils to everyone.