This 3D Foam Pen puts a twist on conventional 3D printing pens by utilizing foaming liquid hand soap rather than melted plastic, allowing users to create rub-a-dub-soap-sud sculptures.
The pen automatically froths the soap into foam, eliminating the need for manual pumping, and the creative process can be started by the push of a button. It also comes equipped with accessories such as two plastic foam bases, a bubble-shaping spatula and three different heads for creating shapes like smiley faces or stars. Sets of eyes, ears and noses are also included. Sadly, it is not waterproof and cannot be used in the tub, which means the developers really missed the boat on the bath market.
The pen is currently available for pre-order with an expected release on July 15. See it in action in the video below.
Awamoko 3D Foam Pen ($42)