Most 3D printers are quite large and bulky, but the OLO aims to change that. It’s touted as the “world’s first 3D smartphone printer,” and works by using the light from your phone and special photosensitive resins to create real objects on the fly. Best of all, the machine is battery-powered, while still being compatible with lots of 3D apps, and ready to operate straight out of the box. Click here to view more images of the OLO. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“OLO works with smartphones of almost any size or brand. Even large 5.5 inch displays such as iPhone 6S+ or Galaxy A7. Regardless of brand or size, OLO can turn your phone into a 3D printer! OLO’s building chamber was designed to prevent light penetration in order to maximize the effectiveness of the white light emission from your smartphone’s display,” according to the Kickstarter page.