In eight cities around the world, workshops will teach 3D modeling, scanning, and printing to children aged 8-10 within the framework of Stanford’s d.school design process.
In these activities, kids will use new technologies to model solutions for major real-world problems within the context of the fictional “City X,” the first settlement on an Earth-like alien planet.
3D technologies will help kids bridge the gap between digital and physical worlds, explore cultural differences, and co-create like never before.
The project’s driving philosophy is that we can’t build tomorrow until we imagine it today. And who’s more imaginative than kids?