Scribit – Robot with an artistic touch

Turn your wall into artistic canvas

Graffiti has always been a way of showing the outburst of rebellion in human nature, with paints and an artistic approach, rather than going all-in with guns and swords.

With the introduction of Scribit, rebellion can be taken to a new independency, as one can just be fearless of getting caught creating master piece, but can also create a wonderwall over the boring usual walls surrounding us in our home sweet home. Boring walls are no fun, as from my own personal experience, and being a very not so bright artistic persona, doodling over the wall is also not my thing, here I can take a hand from our Scribit.

The Scribit is known as a write and erase robot, as this robot not only writes on your wall, but also helps in erasing anything that is on the wall already, and that’s for those with OCD, people who mostly like everything to be neat and clean, but for the messed up ones, there is the draw option.

Scribit uses four markers simultaneously, and erases with the help of a special ink that vanishes with heat. So that wasn’t such a rocket science, most part of its working is simple logic. Like what device can draw on a wall? Obviously a marker, for the erasing part there has been some innovations with the introduction of an ink, which vanishes when exposed to heat, and works like any magician whipping out a text like it wasn’t there ever, which is one of the best feature of scribit, making it stand out strong in the market with its competitors, because drawing something is pretty easy, but erasing it is what makes it a complete product.

Content input is not an issue with Scribit, as you can simply import pictures, select artwork from gallery, or even sync the robot with other applications like twitter or weather forecast, making it seamlessly as a task.

This can be even utilized in one’s office space to instantly enhance the wall by converting into a canvas for digital content and update in real time. Making ideas seem like real physical images over the wall whenever required.

By‑Sarath Chandran

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