Three London based designers (Delphine Eloise Wood, Anton Suvorov and Ismail Baran) have created the LIX 3D, the smallest 3D printing pen in the world, that allows users to doodle in the air.
The small pen does not require the use of paper, and can be used in writings, accessories, decoration pieces, art and crafts for kids, artistic jewellery, prototypes, and different forms of drawings.
The LIX 3D functions similarly to 3D printers, by quickly melting and cooling coloured plastic, and letting you create rigid and freestanding structures. The lightweight technology allows structures to be formed in any shape.
The pen is smaller than anything else on the market today, and its ergonomic design fits perfectly in your hand. The 6.45 inch long pen is similar to a normal fine tip pen, with a diameter of only 0.55 inches.
The body is made out of aluminum and comes in two different colours: Black Matte and Grey Matte. The two buttons at the top of the pen allow users to control the speed, which help in creating thicker or thinner lines.
LIX can be charged through a power cable that plugs into any traditional USB port.
*All images and information courtesy of LIX.