Hungary children's summer camp takes on a 3D dimension

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Taken from Euronews

It looks like a typical children’s summer camp – only in the village of Zánka near Lake Balaton in Hungary it’s not all about outdoor activities: new technology in all its forms is also being promoted.

The scheme is backed by three Hungarian companies producing 3D printers who believe it’s important that children get to grips with such devices at an early age.

The project is already taking place in schools – now it’s being extended into the holidays.

“We believe that if we show this to the future generation, they will be able to use it and when they grow up, it will become part of their everyday life, they will use it and thus the technology will spread helping people’s daily lives,” said Attila Horváth, chief executive of CraftUnique, one of the companies involved. Finish reading...

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