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  • Joesph Koelpin

    WOW! Coolest pen #Travel stuff #Travel Accessory #travel things|

  • Amy George

    So cool! Choose what color you want to write with - touch the pen to something that has the desired color and you're good to go... Holy Cow!

  • Taylor Wood

    Color Picker Pen: "Concept design by Jin Sun Park, this pen allows you to scan the color of any real-life object and then draw in that color right away." This is so genius!! It's like recreating our childhood memories of "Paint" on our PCs into a real life thing!

  • Emma Lee

    Apparently, this is a thing. Scan anything and the pen will write in your scanned color. #gadgets #technology

  • Kylie Proudfoot-Payne

    color scanner pen, I NEED this! Awesome Idea.

  • Jorjann Walther

    real life pen color - awesome!

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