As technology becomes a natural part of classrooms everywhere, Morphi is a great addition to your art studio. The Morphi team notes, “We recognize and celebrate the power of art educators as leaders in the maker education and ed tech movements. We believe art educators are uniquely positioned in schools because they can often be more experimental and progressive in their approach to teaching – bridging the many academic disciplines including STEAM.” I couldn’t have said it better myself.
Hand a second grader an iPad with Morphi and they’ll be designing their own 3D printable models literally in minutes.
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In Morphi, people can design on the go – inside, outside, while in transit (train, bus, subway, boat), in the park, at school, in class, at work, while waiting on a line, at the beach, on a mountain top), etc. Users can save directly to the device so they do not need WiFi access to use the app (they do however need internet when they want to export their models for 3d printing).
Morphi is equipping thousands of educators and students across STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) subjects to actively use 3D design in the classroom.
We have had success using Morphi to get beginners engaged with design.
Morphi is unique among 3D modelers because of its fresh approach to 3D design with a focus on touch, 2D to 3D tools, simplified CAD, a friendly interface and no barriers to entry like WiFi or passwords.
An important new development in app choices for 3D design is Morphi and their newly released Morphi Edu, which has a draw-to-3D capability not found anywhere else.
I think that Morphi offers a lot to both novices and advanced modelers. I’ve been impressed with their software since first seeing Morphi at NY Tech Day, shortly after its launch. Their commitment to building a globally conscious and inclusive community. As an educator, I appreciate how Morphi makes 3D modeling accessible to students of all ages.
Morphi is an extremely user-friendly design tool which lets users create 3D printable STL files using 3D shapes, text, hand drawings, images, and streamlined 3D modeling tools.
Sophia Georgiou, Morphi’s CEO, offered an impromptu talk with the girls in Verizon’s Innovation Learning (VIL) STEM camp at Paul D Camp Community College in Virginia and gave a tutorial on Morphi via Skype. VIL Camp Director Teri Zurfluh quipped, “It’s kinda like getting tips on using Microsoft from Bill Gates!”