Camp for Kids Teaches 3D Design, Printing

Camp for Kids Teaches 3D Design, Printing

Pixel Academy is offering a week-long tech/design crash-course for the young ones

Leo Lutero
  • 9 october 2014

While 3D printing can still seem too complicated to the average consumer, 6-year-old kids may now be hitting “Print” on the perfect sippy cup prototype. The Pixel Academy, technically a free-to-explore high tech laboratory for kids, believes its nice to start them 3D printing young by hosting week-long printing camps. These camps don’t just teach 3D printing, kids actually get to design and print out projects.

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