The first book on 3D printing for children
Carla Diana is the author of an excellent book on 3D printing to introduce this technology to children. LEO the Prince Maker does this pedagogical work narrating the adventures of Carla and LEO in Brooklyn. In addition to being able to walk and talk, LEO is known for its ability to print everything that Carla draws in plastic. In their journey, the two heroes will meet other robots with very specific power, for example H1-H0 who can print metal or Sinclair who knows how to find and print objects from a catalog of 3D objects. In this regard, the 3D models of all objects in the story are available for download. The author Carla Diana describes her work in these words: "this book shows the potential of 3D printing, its ability to give life to many objects, but also its ability to help people become makers" . She adds that "putting these ideas in the hands of our children to help them become the ambassadors of 3D printing in the future". You can find her entire interview here , or follow her on Cults.
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