Live Doodling and demonstrations in flagship design store MoMA in NY
3Doodler, the world's first 3D drawing pen, is taking over the MoMA window display in New York until 12th May, showcasing the extensive capabilities of the 3Doodler. The 3Doodler team will also be demoing live in-store and "in-window" on the weekends of May 3rd and May 10th.
Following the 3Doodler pen's availability in the MoMA Store, the 3Doodler team is now working with local New York artists and design students from USC Roski to live Doodle in the store window and showcase incredible 3Doodled artwork. The striking display pieces include full-size lampshades, a motorized Ferris wheel, jewelry and an array of innovative educational aids.
3Doodler took the 3D printing world by storm when it launched last year as the world's first 3D printing pen, allowing you to literally draw in the air and make your creations a reality.
Maxwell Bogue, Co-Founder and CEO of 3Doodler explains, "It's been a great start to the year, announcing our new accessories range and launching in retail stores worldwide. We're now incredibly excited to be sharing 3Doodler with the design community, and it's a true honor to design the window display in one of the world's most influential and well-respected establishments for modern and contemporary art. The window highlights the various use-cases and creative opportunities for 3Doodler in way that will excite and inspire passers-by."
MoMA's design stores feature a broad selection of art reproductions and design objects. To celebrate 3Doodler pens' availability in MoMA stores, the 3Doodler MoMA display will be on show until 12th May, with live in-store and "in-window" demos on the weekends of May 3rd and May 10th at the MoMA Design Stores on 53rd Street and in Soho on 81 Spring Street.
About the 3Doodler
The 3Doodler is the world's first 3D printing pen, having quickly become Kickstarter's most popular 3D consumer printing device and the third highest-funded technology project on Kickstarter.
Designed by WobbleWorks, Inc., an emerging consumer electronics and robotics company with big ideas, the 3Doodler has been created to be compact and easy to use: you simply plug the 3Doodler into a power socket and start drawing anything in 3D within minutes. Whether freestyle 3D sketching or tracing shapes from templates to make larger architectural structures, anything is possible.
Note: the plastic extruded from 3Doodler is safe to touch once it has left the pen, but the pen itself has a metal tip that can reach 220 degrees Celcius.