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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Invented a pen that copies any color from the surrounding world

The traditional palette of artists found a replacement. “Smart” pen that copies using special mobile apps more than 16 million colors and in seconds a color change – the work of the developers of the American company for the production of coloring gadgets.

Photos indiegogo.com

The idea is that the handle is equipped with a sensor that recognizes color, and microprocessor ARM Cortex M-3, which is after the scanning starts the process of creating inside the handle of ink of the desired color. Actually the cartridges with paint only five: black, white, yellow, blue and red colors.

After determining the desired color by elementary touch it to the scanned object, the ink in the pen are mixed in a certain proportion, and the owner gets the desired hue in the writing device. Interestingly, in addition to coloring the surrounding objects, animate and inanimate nature, clothes, and other items, the handle can choose the color you want using a mobile app right in your phone.

The battery inside the handle allows it to operate continuously for seven hours.

Review of the artist, the founder of the movement of video art in Russia, Kirill PREOBRAZHENSKY:

Itself is a new technology carries nothing now in the world all materials have equal rights. Now, if someone will come up to the pen your the original author’s language,” it will be a breakthrough in the art. Will this substitute the palettes or anything else. A vivid example of how technology goes into the category of art was demonstrated recently in London, where in a Museum exhibited photos from Instagram.

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