Monday, June 16, 2014
It's called Scribble--and it's a pen with a scanner on one end. You move the scanner over an object and the pen mixes hues from the five printing colors--cyan, yellow, magenta, black and white--to match the color of the scanned object perfectly.
Sixteen million shades!
You can also attach the result to a Bluetooth or micro USB and the color can be used digitally. It store 100,000 shades.
The pen is about $150 and the stylus $80. A Kickstarter campaign will be started soon. Investors get the low prices.
Go to www.getscribblepen.com.
I could see a paint brush instead of a penpoint--no more palettes! And maybe that is too mundane--what uses and adaptations come to YOUR mind?