Colour-picking pen – bridging the gap between digital art and the canvas

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Ever wished there was something like the colour picker tool from Photoshop for real life? You know for all those times when your doodling and just can’t seem to find the right coloured Prisma marker for the job…

Well designer Jinsun Park, has come up with a concept to make sure that all your still life apple sketches are done in authentic apple red.

Enter, the Colour-picking pen (hopefully they come up with a better name if they ever launch the product). The pen is capable of reading RGB values with the help of a camera and RGB sensor, which then uses these values to mix up an ink colour to match. Ultimately enabling the user to draw with the exact same colour they see, bridging the gap between digital art and the canvas.

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