29 May 2014

This Pen Lets You Draw In 16 Million Colors That Could Be Found In Real-Life

The Scribble is a high-tech pen that allows its users to reproduce the colors around them in ink, which they can use to doodle or write with—according to its creators, it is “the first coloring device of its kind that can take the world of color around you and transfer it directly to either paper or your favourite mobile device”.

Equipped with a 16-bit RGB color sensor, you could simple hold it up to the object with the color you like, be it a person’s face, a flower or a chair. The pen would then analyse the color and store it for future use.

When you would like to use that color to draw or write with, the Scribble Ink would reproduces it by mixing ink from its cyan, magenta, yellow, white and/or black refillable cartridges.

It is reported that this amazing pen could reproduce up to 16 million colors, of which 100,000 could be stored on its 1GB of memory—a Scribble Stylus that works on tablets are also being made for digital artists and designers.

A Kickstarter campaign for these innovative products should launch soon—head over to the Scribble website to find out more about them, and how you can get them when they become available for purchase.

[via Gizmag]