That 3D pen that can draw in air is getting a followup

Looking at the video, a lot of people seemed to have already gone quite crazy with the original pen

The new model is smaller, lighter, more power efficient, and allows for better quality strokes. In addition, their new EDU model may mean it will come to a classroom near you.

Now if they had a way to make broad strokes (sheets of plastic) for larger elements such as walls, this thing would be almost perfect for almost anyone who wants to be creative, but don’t want to deal with the costlier and more involved process of 3D printing.

It’s not Harold’s purple crayon quite yet, but one step at a time. :slight_smile:

My kid would love this.