3d printing is the best technology we have ever come across, even extreme complicated things can be quite easily 3dprinted. With 3d printing around even 10-year-old kids can take prints, but creating something new is always a challenge and bringing back the things from the past are even more challenging. We have seen numerous objects recreated for the museums, and for research purposes. Pawe? Grzelakis a digital art director and designer from Poland has created new Kaleidoscope with the help of 3d printing.
Actually the idea of creating Kaleidoscope came while he was thinking to present a birthday gift to his friend "It’s always nice to make something yourself, not to just buy something,"
Originating from the Greek word, the kaleidoscope is a wonderful structure to see, A kaleidoscope's excellent structures,are made by two or more mirrors together, edges and standard items working in an extremely experimental way. As we all know the one thing special about kaleidoscope is that it will never be precisely the same twice when you look into it, but for Pawel, he feels that the contents in a kaleidoscope which he used in his childhood was never able to be changed.
To create this all he needed was tubes, kitchen paper, circle glasses, and mirrors like two peas in a pod. He designed and3d printed tubes with threads to join them and closed them with glass panels, finally he just added the crystals, buttons to complete the Kaleidoscope. It has been designed in a way that it can be open and close, so that it can filled with different crystals to get unique, beautiful structures every time you look through it.
The gift to Pawal friend will surely surprise him, with a 3d printer around in your home, even you can surprise your loved ones.