Imagine Where the Wild Things Are without the iconic images of Max and the malicious beasts.
I saw @buildbetterbook making #tactilebooks using @3Doodler https://t.co/eMkHG5xGSe— Tricia Fuglestad ☕️ (@fuglefun) May 16, 2019
I wrote & received a @DonorsChoose grant for 3D pens and now we're trying to make #DrSeuss #art accessible for visually impaired kids#edtech #empathy #artsed #drydenrocks #k12artchat #steam pic.twitter.com/GyMkvzm1vl
With 3Doodler pens, it is possible to bring these remarkable illustrations to those who have never seen them before. By feeling 3D outlines, people with visual impairments across the world can experience these classic characters in a new way.
We have teamed up with Build a Better Book to make this dream a reality. We’re asking classrooms, artists and individuals across the globe to join us in making cherished illustrations accessible.
This year, International 3D Printing Day and Giving Tuesday both fall on December 3rd, and we thought this would be the perfect time to share your Doodles with those who have never been able to experience them before. We are calling this day 3D Giving Day, a first-of-its kind humanitarian day centered around giving 3D creations.
3D Giving Day with 3Doodler
For classrooms, this is a low prep activity that will bring meaning and engagement to your students as they gear up for the holidays. For artists and individuals, it can be as simple or as intricate as you’d like!
Fill out this form to register for the event.
If you’re a classroom, pick one or more books for your students to use for the project. If you’re an artist or individual, pick the book of your choice. We’ve included a list of suggested books below.
Have participants use DoodlePads or clear laminated sheets on top of the selected picture book pages they wish to trace. Tip: Use masking tape to hold the DoodlePad or clear laminated sheet in place so it doesn’t move while the image is being traced.
Next, use the 3Doodler pens and filaments to trace the images on top of the DoodlePad or laminated sheet.
Once the Doodles are finished, carefully bend the DoodlePad or laminated sheet to pop the Doodles off.
Email us at [email protected] and we will help you find the best local charity to take your Doodles to.
*Be sure to check our compatibility chart to ensure you get the right filaments and accessories for your 3Doodler pens. We welcome mixed media approaches to the project, so please feel free to use traditional 3D printers, cardboard, clay, etc.
Some Suggested Picture Books For 3D Giving Day (Linked Below)
How The Grinch Stole Christmas!
Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive the Bus
Where The Wild Things Are
The Giving Tree
How Do Dinosaurs Say Happy Chanukah?
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
The Snowy Day
The Cat in the Hat
Make Way For Ducklings
The Polar Express
Llama Llama Red Pajama
Elephant and Piggie
We are so excited about 3D Giving Day, and we can’t wait to see your gifts to the community.
I wanted to cry when I realized what I was seeing...a student-made tactile version of the Giving Tree for blind students #iste18 #notatISTE #edtech #Assistivetech #makerspace #design #artsed #elachat pic.twitter.com/Ro4t6tzza7— Tricia Fuglestad ☕️ (@fuglefun) June 26, 2018