Thursday, May 7, 2009

Color Picker Pen By Jinsun Park

Take this pen. Scan any color you want. The RGB ink cartridge will mix the color for you, in the pen. And then you can use that color. Created by technology firm Jin Sung, the pen is perfect for artists attempting to capture the colors of a natural environment.

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22 comments:

  1. This is amazing

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  2. Cool idea... but what the F is that chick wearing??

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  3. IS THIS ONE PEN PER COLOR? STILL COOL THOUGH

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  4. i need this from where can i get this

    harvendra 09974031657

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  5. IT'S PHOTOSHOPPED!!!!!!!!!! You can tell because of the pixels...duh...
    some people are so gullible.

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  6. does every site that posts photos of anything need to have at least one silly bastard who cries 'photoshop'? you see pixels? are you using a computer to see the image? i hear computers use pixels. how about the quality of the camera used? don't suppose that would play a factor? don't be so quick to decide everything unusual is faked.

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  7. p.s.
    of course, i'm not saying that the pen is totally real and available until i can find links to check out. could be a mock-up of something in development (but still not photoshopped).

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  8. ahhhh.... there's the link.

    now remember seeing this before (different pics). not photoshopped, but is a 'concept pen', meaning that it is a real model that the company is working with during development.

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  9. You might want CMYK Ink cartridges in the pen to approximate nature's color. RGB Ink Cartridges are hard to come by (don't really exist).

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  10. LOL @ RGB ink cartridges..

    light subtracting ink? :D

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  11. photoshop your mom

    this exist via pen pad and color match.

    troglodytes.

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  12. I've heard of this! I hope it becomes mainstream soon.

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  13. This is a design student's project. It is not an actual product, just a design pitch for an Industrial Design course.

    There is no technology for this at this time.

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  14. Wouldn't artists like to create the colors by themselves?

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