3D printed add-ons let kids play with their food, literally
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For kids, toys are hugely more entertaining than any of the serious and boring tasks their parents make them do. But can parents use them as a tool to teach them good habits? We already wrote about Hope Soap, the South African project that encases toys in soap to force them to wash their hands in order to get them. Now France's Open Toys project could make vegetables more enticing for kids by using 3D printed parts to turn them into playthings. Created by France-based leFabShop's Samuel Bernier, the idea initially involved using 3D printed accessories to make old bits…
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