3D doodling is a great medium for students to give shape to their ideas - whether it is for a science project, arts, craft or a souvenir for their friend. Students will make 2D doodles and transform them into 3D models using a 3D pen that uses plastic filament instead of ink. They can make bridges, buildings, characters, artefacts, accessories, jewellery and much more.
3D Doodling develops creativity, spatial abilities, skills of problem solving and abstract thinking. It puts to practice concepts of Geometry and Physics. Students love 3D doodling and so do parents. It helps their child develop patience and improves attention span.