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Scribit: the Programmable Robot that Draws on Walls

2 monthes ago   |   By Colossal

 Invented by MIT Professor Carlo Ratti , the Scribit is a new robot drawing machine that creates text and images using erasable inks. The project's creators bill it as a useful tool in work environments as well as an easy and interchangeable way to decorate one's home. The robot draws its imagery either from an app or from files that users upload themselves. Scribit is currently funding on Kickstarter , where it reached its goal within two hours.
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