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Imagination Taking Shape - 3DOH

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10:30 AM | 1 July 2016
by Arthur Gueidan
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After recognising the amount of time children spend each day (average of eight hours daily) in front of screen, '3DOH' brings play back to the real world.

After recognising the amount of time children spend each day (average of eight hours daily) in front of screen, students Evelina Rönnung, Hugo Wallmo, Izabel Östgren, Rebecca Lundin and Fred Östman Ellison came up with an idea to once again bring back the world of play away from the screen.

With children as young as two being stuck to the screen this wasn’t an easy idea to come up with, rest assure '3DOH' was born. The idea "lets kids create the world that lives both online and offline, allowing imagination to truly take shape." Children can 3D scan their Play-Doh creation getting children to take a break from the screen without leaving the game.

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