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Color Picker (4 pics)

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  • 15 Mar, 2011  |
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Color picker by Jinsun Park is an innovative design of a concept pen that can scan colors from anything around and instantly use the color for drawing. Exact color of a leaf or an apple? No problem.

1 Color Picker (4 pics)


2 Color Picker (4 pics)


3 Color Picker (4 pics)


4 Color Picker (4 pics)


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№1 Author: Nguyenazn (15 Mar 2011 01:53) Total user comments: 1144


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what if i scan the wall ? will it come out in white ink eh ? 01
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№2 Author: Slugsie (15 Mar 2011 02:03) Total user comments: 1520


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This 'design' is at least 3 years old. Funny how it's no closer to production now than it was then.
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№3 Author: jinxslave (15 Mar 2011 02:18) Total user comments: 176


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so want one when it comes out
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№4 Author: adzhoe (15 Mar 2011 02:23) Total user comments: 14959


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It may never be. Could be petty handy for some counterfeiting too.
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№5 Author: joffenbaker (15 Mar 2011 02:42) Total user comments: 4965


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DeadCisplatin ,,, good call and Slugsie is right, I've seen it before 04
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№6 Author: DocMcCoy (15 Mar 2011 04:25) Total user comments: 6039


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That's pretty cool. 04
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№7 Author: Jimmy Johnson (15 Mar 2011 04:56) Total user comments: 5518


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The first ink cartridge will be free when you buy the pen. Replacement cartridges will cost a couple hundred bucks and last one week.
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№8 Author: jai9313 (15 Mar 2011 05:48) Total user comments: 894


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must be expensif toys
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№9 Author: capt.huffnpuff (15 Mar 2011 08:07) Total user comments: 2801


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What's that thing that Dumbledore uses to capture memories in Harry Potter? Is that next? 51
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№10 Author: Lord Dodo (15 Mar 2011 08:50) Total user comments: 2064


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capt.huffnpuff, hopefully 01

YESSS at last no more try and error for skin colour 04
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№11 Author: unf3lde0m (15 Mar 2011 09:33) Total user comments: 6


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you can't have RGB cartriges. There's no way you cam physically mix colors and obtain yellow-ish colors except as light colors, on display for instance. That's why printers work on CMYK.
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№12 Author: Naphia (15 Mar 2011 10:21) Total user comments: 1071


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WANT IT! WANT IT! 36
But I doubt you can mix every color with that. Maybe with magenta, cyan and yellow...
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№13 Author: You-Know-Who (15 Mar 2011 15:23) Total user comments: 499


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capt.huffnpuff,
It's called Pensive and you don't capture memories in it, you store memories in it. And I Dumbledore ain't the only one who has one. Snape also has one and some others I suppose. 04
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№14 Author: Lu (15 Mar 2011 16:50) Total user comments: 15082


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Aid for the color blind? Nifty wot.
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№15 Author: 2fuzzy (15 Mar 2011 18:39) Total user comments: 10400


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Scan a mirror and watch the device implode.

This product will not work, for the reason Nguyenazn hinted at. There is no white ink, to make the lighter colors (pink, light blue etc)
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№16 Author: serjrojnov (15 Mar 2011 23:04) Total user comments: 41


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№17 Author: raymond.wendt (18 Mar 2011 00:55) Total user comments: 9115


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well, interesting concept. but how much will this "luxury" cost us?
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