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Toybox

3D printer for kids

Toybox is a 3D printer, just for kids. Quickly print and design your own toys. Affordable and fun for all ages.

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Zooheads

3D printed shower heads for the wild at heart 💦

Zooheads designs and sells wild showerheads made with 3D printing and eco-friendly materials.

All Zooheads are made on-demand in Brooklyn, NY and will fit any US shower pipe and can be easily installed.

10% of profits are donated to the Wold Wildlife Foundation to support their mission to conserve nature on Earth.

Mashable
Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Unless you have one of those super fancy, full-body shower systems, we're gonna bet that your daily scrub up is a pretty boring task.
8 Alternatives to Zooheads

MakePrintable

Automatically turn 3D models into printable objects

MakePrintable automagically prepares your 3D models for 3D printing.

3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing
In 2014, San Francisco-based startup Mixed Dimensions introduced its MakePrintable service, which quickly and easily fixes common 3D printing problems. The service's free analysis tool checks users' files for printability, and makes flawed 3D models printable through automated file fixing.
3ders
Sep 6, 2017 | By Tess Mixed Dimensions, a San Fransisco-based startup that specializes in 3D printing cloud technology and model repair software, has released its newest software tool for analyzing and preparing 3D models for printing. The program, called Mammoth, is being added to the company's MakePrintable platform and will become its primary mesh repair … See more
Fabbaloo
We haven't written about MakePrintable for a while, but today is a good today to do so. Why? It's because the company is switching their repair algorithm in a very significant way. Let's back up a bit: if you haven't heard of MakePrintable, it is a web-based service that provides an ability to repair misbehaving 3D models.
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Jellies

A safe, curated environment for kids to watch videos

Jellies is the first kids video app not driven by ads that's been powered by an amazing team of human editors (since day one).

TechCrunch
As YouTube reels from a series of scandals related to its lack of policing around inappropriate content aimed at children, obscene comments on videos of children, horrifying search suggestions, and more, a new app called Jellies has arrived to offer parents a safer way to let their kids watch videos on mobile devices.
WSJ
Big Tech can't keep us safe online, but several smaller-scale services and apps are creating safe spaces, where humans filter content and help us avoid mindless engagement and inappropriate images.
Life of Dad
How many parents out there have trusted their kids to be on YouTube only to be confronted with the "Flying Bum" video that your 7 year old thinks is hilaaaaaaarious? (Admittedly the 7 year old in me laughed too, but that's beside the point!) Ken Yarmosh was one of those dads.
6 Alternatives to Jellies

Get Qurious Explorer Box is a set of AR games and activities to introduce technology and educational content to kids at an early age (4-8 yrs). Our mission is to invoke curiosity and deeper learning experiences in kids.

Children can create stories, assemble puzzles, role play, and treasure hunt and have tons of fun.

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Toyish Labs

Ever-changing toy for creative kids

NY Startup Toyish Labs empowers children to design and build their own toys. The toy kits are designed to stretch attention spans, boost artistic skills, promote logical thinking and develop self-confidence, all considered to be key components in STEAM curriculum ensuring kids’ future success.

PRWeb
Toyish was born after I was invited to teach Toy Design classes at a school in Harlem. Working with the kids on self-made toys really inspired me. I returned to my studio and focused on how to recreate that feeling of accomplishment - where each child got the chance to express their uniqueness.
Vimeo
Toyish makes toys that spark imagination. Curiosity, creativity, experimentation, and re-do's are all part of our DNA. Toyish toys combine crafts and building, creating and re-creating, right brain and left brain thinking. They encourage players to look at things differently, break the rules, and put pieces together in new ways.
YouTube
Toyish is a customizable toy that enables kids to design, invent and express themselves creatively.Get yours at http://www.toyishlabs.com
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Ultimaker 2+

3D Printer of your dreams

Shantanu Raghav- Product Guy @Mobiefit
This is one of most stable printer in the market, prints consistently good, easy to learn and based on repraps. I personally started of by making own reprap (prusa i3). I got its parts printed from an another reprap 3D printer and assembled it. It was a huge effort though to calibrate it and start making good prints. Took me 2 months, but this whole underst… See more
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MuzzBloc

AR Toy to bring music learning to life for kids

Muzzbloc is aiming to help foster early childhood development through music. The innovative approach to learning sheds an entirely new light on gaming with the latest breakthroughs in AR technology.

Isn't it amazing for kids to see the toys in their hands come to life on screen?! And now they can mix monster blocks and jam freely.

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