Autodesk has launched a new initiative to help bring 3D printing and other forms of the latest technology and electronics to students in the K-12 schools. The call it Project Ignite and have announced it alongside the White House’s National Week of Making. The project will focus on everything from idea to digital modeling and sculpting all the way to final 3D printing. Autodesk will also be offering free software and technology to go along with the bundle such as Makerbots and 3D printing pens.
3D printing is shaping one of the worlds largest CAD and Animation providers and helping to inspire innovation in the youth of today.This will continue to generate a more fun and creative environment for students as well as pushing them to go further and dream bigger by pursuing the latest in technology from an early age.