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Turn iPad Art into Joyous 3D Figures with the Foldify App - 0 views

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    "It's a beautiful thing when students can use digital tools to build real world creations. While 3D printing is still a little on the expensive side, the Foldify app does an amazing job allowing students to create their own three dimensional paper masterpieces. Using the app, students can choose different paper templates, paint them digitally, model them in 3D, then print for assembly in the real world. It really is a delightfully fun, creative and rewarding experience."
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An iPad App To Make All Your Selfies Go 3D | TechCrunch - 1 views

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    "Itseez3D, the first app to partner with computer vision technology company Occipital, can turn any picture you take with your iOS camera into a 3D object."
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MakerBot Unleashes PrintShop iOS App for 3D Designing | News & Opinion | PCMag.com - 3 views

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    "MakerBot has officially launched its MakerBot PrintShop app, a free iOS-only tool that's designed to assist those of you looking to 3D print your own little trinkets and doodads. That is, of course, assuming that you have one of the company's somewhat-pricey 3D printers. If not, a virtual designer will you forever be."
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Modio - Design 3D Robots for Printing | iPad Apps for School - 1 views

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    "Modio is a new and free iPad app that anyone can use to design model robots for 3D printing. The app features a large collection of robot parts that you snap together to design your 3D robot model. You can mix and match parts to heart's content. Modio provides a visualization screen that will reveal the dimensions of your model before you print it. Included with those dimensions is an estimate of the time it will take to print the model."
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BarnettTechCamps | A Year with 3D Printing in the Classroom - 4 views

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    "I have a couple of more 3D printing projects that I haven't written about this year, but by the time this posts it will be the last day of school, and I feel like this would be the right time to reflect on what a year of 3D printing in the classroom was like.

    I started the year with a lot of ideas and excitement, but I wasn't really sure how the year would pan out. Looking back now I couldn't be happier. The level of learning that occurred this year was more than I expected. As excited as I was at the prospect of using a 3D printer in the classroom, I was nervous that I wouldn't be able to figure out how to tie it to the curriculum. I wondered if my students would be able to understand how it works and be able to use it effectively. I was concerned that I wouldn't have time for projects with all the other demands that happen in a classroom. My concerns were overshadowed by the novelty and the excitement of the printer. I think that is what many of my students felt too. They were curious, excited, and bewildered."
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Free Technology for Teachers: Augment - A Platform for Sharing 3D Models in Augmented R... - 0 views

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    "Augment is a platform through which you can upload images to have them turned into 3D models that your students can then view through their iPads or Android tablets. The 3D models that are displayed are referred to as "Trackers" on the Augment platform. Watch the video below to see them in action."
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3D Printer Lessons and Unit Plans? - 3 views

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    "So here's the question(s):

    - do have a lesson plan you would be willing to share on 3D printing?
    - do you have a link to a great blog post about 3D printing in classrooms?
    - what topics that you think should be covered when talking to teachers about 3D printing?"
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How (And Why) To Get Started With 3D Printing In The Classroom - Edudemic - 1 views

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    "This past week, I introduced 3D printing into my classroom. Next week, we will receive 3D pens from Dim3printing, an Austin-based 3D printing distributor. This technology has brought about an excitement for learning I have never experienced in my classroom before."
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How 3D Printing Can Really Be Incorporated into Schools - 4 views

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    "3D printing really does sound more like a plot point in a science fiction film than an implementable educational tool, but it's swiftly becoming an accessible option to educators everywhere. In fact, MakerBot, a leading manufacturer of 3D printers, has recently announced the MakerBot academy, which is seeking individual investors to fund an initiative to get 3D printers into every public school in the United States. Other 3D printing start-ups have followed in other parts of the world as well."
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