Scribble Pen

Nov 3, 2015

Category: Tech

Have you ever seen a color on an object that you wanted to replicate, but you couldn’t find a way to get the exact color on paper? Light periwinkle is a tough color to replicate — we know. Now, there’s a device called the Scribble Pen that can do that for you.

The pen is able to reproduce any color from any object. It contains sophisticated color sensors that allow you to simply scan an object to capture the color (like you would from an image using Photoshop). What’s more, the pen will use an internal ink mixer to mix the exact color ink for you to write or draw with. Each scanned color can be added to a saved memory bank, and you can pull up that same color again using the smartphone app that can be used along with it. It’s available now starting at $119. [Purchase]

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