At 19 years of age, Hungarian technology student Ratai Daniel presented his first prototype of a 3D creative desktop system using straws, Christmas lights and fence wires called the 'Leonar3Do.'
The scientific and technologic world was amazed by the genius of Leonar3Do, especially because most leading tech companies have spent years and millions of dollars on developing tools with similar objectives. Leonar3Do has quickly grown into a technological, design and educational sensation and is now available for the public to be used on any desktop computer. The Leonar3Do software is intuitive, user-friendly and amazingly cool, offering 3D technology to be used in a wide variety of ways. LeoWorld enables you to create, design and sculpt in 3D on your computer, LeoCapture helps you to record and create 2D or 3D videos of your 3D creations, in LeoBang and LeoGomoku you can play in a real interactive 3D environment and LeoBrush allows small children to get familiar with the virtual reality of Leonar3Do by painting on the computer.
The Leonar3Do virtual-reality kit is already used by many corporations, schools and the public. It's price is affordable as per the inventor's original vision and objective, with the slogan, "3D for All."