April Fools' prank points to the future of toys and play.

We wish this was a real product. With the surging popularity of 3D printers over the past few years, it comes as no surprise there's now a toy concept for April Fools' that could be an excellent way to get the next generation interested in the technology from an early age.

Although fake, the idea of using a free app to start designing your first 3D masterpiece using conventional a molding toy, Play-Doh, is smart. It seamlessly combines a very traditional, hands-on toy with the latest technology. If only it were real!

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