The first book on 3D printing for children
Carla Diana is the author of an excellent book on 3D printing that introduces this technology to children. LEO the Maker Prince does this pedagogical work by telling the adventures of Carla and LEO in Brooklyn. In addition to his ability to walk and speak, LEO stands out for its ability to print everything Carla draws in plastic. In their journey, the two heroes will meet other robots with very specific powers, for example H1-H0 which can print in metal or Sinclair which can find and print objects from a catalogue of 3D objects. By the way, 3D models of all the objects in the story are available for download. Author Carla Diana describes her work in these words: "This book shows the potential of 3D printing, its ability to bring many objects to life, but also its ability to help people become makers. She adds that "putting these ideas into the hands of our children to help them become ambassadors for 3D printing in the future". You can find her full interview here, or follow her on Cults.
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