The UCube: a child-friendly device for introductory three-dimensional design

@inproceedings{LeducMills2011TheUA,
  title={The UCube: a child-friendly device for introductory three-dimensional design},
  author={Ben Leduc-Mills and Michael Eisenberg},
  booktitle={IDC},
  year={2011}
}
Currently there is a burgeoning interest in three-dimensional construction and design: 3D printing and fabrication devices have--with almost shocking swiftness--become available to students and home hobbyists, allowing a vastly expanded audience to imagine, and then print out, their own tangible designs. Still, while the fabrication devices themselves are becoming available to younger children, the task of 3D design itself remains difficult for youngsters. The difficulty lies in the "2D screen… CONTINUE READING
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