Scribble, available either as a conventional ink pen or as a mobile device-compatible stylus, works with an advanced color sensor and microprocessor backed by LEDs that illuminate and scan whatever you like. Scribble is a pen that can scan the color of any object and immediately begin drawing in that color. The Scribble Pen is invented Mark Barker and Robert Hoffman
*RGB Color sensor * 1-2 Second color capture time
*Very ACCURATE color reproduction *Compatible with PHOTOSHOP
*Advanced Ink management system *1GB internal memory
*ARM Processor *Micro USB charging
*Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery *Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth 4.0)
*Lightfast long lasting Ink *Capacitive rubber nib & Harder finer tips
*Nib set for the INK pen: Our nib set offers you a fantastic range of stroke weights. Choose from fine to heavy depending on your mood! We offer 6 tip sizes, 0.3mm, 0.5mm, 1.0mm, 1.5mm, 2.5mm and 3.71mm
*Supports iPhone and Android OS *Supports PC and MAC
Program your own custom colors: Program your own dream colors via our Mobile App. You can add and draw without worrying about what is captured on the Pen sensor. One of the most outstanding features of the Scribble is that, since it can reproduce any color, it replaces thousands of marking pens, thereby greatly reducing the huge amount of plastic waste cluttering up our landfills all over the world.
How does the gadget work?
Scribble pen works by making use of a color sensor and a microprocessor which is capable of detecting colors. Afterwards, a mixture is made to create the required ink for drawing by making use of small refillable ink cartridges which are stored inside its body. According to the information available; a Scribble Stylus will also be soon revealed which will be accompanied by an app which will bring the captured colors to the artist’s smartphone or tablet by employing Bluetooth.
The creators, Mark Barker and Robert Hoffman said; we know people are going to love it.’ The plans on starting a Kick starter campaign soon and will retail it for about $150 without the Stylus ($80).