This week’s featured 3D print is a VR headset used to create a VR videogame. Maggie Prendergast, Bioengineering PhD Student at Penn, mentored a middle school student as part of the Spark mentoring program. With Maggie’s guidance, the student used free Tinkercad software to design the headset and free Unity3D software to design the game.
Printed in ABS plastic on the Stratasys uPrint Plus
Spark middle school students showcasing their 3D printed virtual reality headset at the Penn Museum.
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Categories: 3D Print of the Week, Featured 3D Print
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