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These Electronic Pens Can Draw Functional Circuits on Paper

 - Jul 8, 2016
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Kandenko is a Japanese infrastructure company that is in the business of electrical and telecommunication that is now creating unique electronic pens.

The 'AgIC' pens make it possible for people to draw ink that conducts electricity on paper as it runs through circuits. To illustrate the properties of its pen, Kandenko created pop-up paper houses that are illuminated by the pen and posters in traditional Japanese patterns that also feature elements that have been created from the ink. These pens have the potential to bring architectural paper models and children's storybooks to life like never before.

The electronic pens from Kandenko simplify the process of building circuits into an easy and intuitive process that requires little to no experience—just a steady drawing hand.