A new generation of 3D printing pens will “improve the creativity of everybody” and “give the world a new way to communicate,” according to the designer of the Lix pen, which launched on Kickstarter this week and has already raised over £400,000.
Delphine Wood, co-founder of Lix pen, said that drawing in three dimensions rather than two “will change the way brains draw” and transform the way designers work.
“We believe it’s a new world,” said Wood, 22, in an interview with Dezeen. “Lix pen is not only a drawing tool; it’s a communication tool. What we give the world is a new way to communicate in 3D. If we sell our products to students in universities, they will grow a better understanding of drawing and imagination.”