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From Tablet-Powered 3D Printers to Communication Apps

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 11, 2014
These examples of educational cloud technology aim to make learning easier for our younger generations. Some standouts from this list include Tinybop’s ‘Plants’ app that centers around teaching children about various ecology subjects and Mod’s cloud-syncing notebook that digitizes hand-written classroom notes.

Other memorable examples from the list include Printeer, a 3D printing toy for kids that is powered by an iPad. Once an image is drawn on its accompanied iPad app, Printeer transforms the 2D composition into a 3D sculpture.

Modern innovations have made these examples of educational cloud technology possible for parents and teachers alike. These examples aim to teach and make the learning process easier for children who are becoming exposed to our modern technology from an early age.