I/O Brush

By: Alex Covert - Published:   Updated: Apr 6 2011 • References: web.media.mit.edu & techeblog
Although it was developed way back in 2005, and you can't actually buy one yet, this 'paint brush' redefines how artists and art interact. The seemingly normal-looking brush actually houses sensors that copy colors, textures, and movements and transfers them to a digital screen. Hats off to Kimiko Ryokai, Stefan Marti, and Hiroshi Ishii for developing such a cool application. Stats for Digital Paint Brush Trending: Older & Warm
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