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Scan an object, then draw it in its actual colour

You can now paint the colours of the rainbow and be 100 per cent sure that you’ve got the colours right when you’re in possession of the amazing Scribble Ink pen whose humble name, in our humble opinion, doesn’t quite exactly cue you in on how great it is. The pen uses a 16-bit RGB colour sensor that is able to scan the myriad of colours present in the real world.

It then uses an ink cartridge loaded with colours to send the exact inks into a mixing chamber to produce the exact duplicate of the scanned colour which then comes out of the writing nib. Still not impressed? How about an ability to store over 100,000 colours in its memory bank and a duplication ability of some 16 million colours? And it’s all yours for only US$150.

Via Pocket Lint

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Kenny lives in Singapore and was a multi-hyphenated brand consultant-strategic marketeer-PR practitioner before he realised he is even better at not doing much. He now spends his time not thinking about it and tries to do as little as possible. He is Piscean, if that helps.

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