John Donnelly an experienced teacher in Design and Technology has created a new during aid that allows you to quickly draw almost anything in 3D. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the MICRODOT. The aid takes the form of a “stencil for isometric cut outs, a funky arrow for annotation that can even be flipped to highlight environmental consideration. There is a 30 degree wedge for general isometric project, a small ruler and the fun, and much liked feature is that of the ‘sun and sunglasses’ stencil. “
“I have been a teacher for 17 years and have taught thousands of pupils how to draw isometric sketching techniques. I also work as an educational consultant and have delivered many drawing courses to teachers too. I have designed many drawing stencils over the years, they have been popular but made in very small batches. I need help to get stencils made in larger quantities than I can manage whilst doing ‘the day job’ too.”
“I have now taken the best features from previous products along with what I have learnt to create ‘The MICRODOT’. This is a small stencil, that is packed with features and FUN. I have recently been doing more and more consultancy work and am very passionate about trying to get as many pupils and teachers in the country to draw correctly. The MICRODOT® has been extensively tested, my aim is to get as many pupils in the world designing with the help of the MICRODOT.”
For more information in a full list of all available pledges which start from just £3 jump over to the Kickstarter campaign which is currently in its final 36 hours.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News