20.02.17 by Staff

Kickstarter of the Day: The Little Robot Drawing Arm

Line-us is an adorably compact robotic arm that draws what you draw! Outfitted with a usb connection and wifi capabilities, simply place the machine on a piece of paper and the little guy will replicate anything you draw on screen.

Creators Durrell Bishop and Robert Poll are just as keen for people use the technology to share drawings between friends, family and a larger Line-us community! Check out more images and watch their ambitious Kickstarter video below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Line-us’s Website

Line-us on Kickstarter













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  • Mohamad Hanif

    Chill man. The idea of machines taking over the art/design world is not based on logical thinking. No matter how advance our plastic products have got us, we still yearn for natural material for our leather shoes, our wooden products. The natural quality of pencil to paper will never be replicated that easily. This? It’s just a tool to transfer digital to paper in an innovative way.





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This is our weekly discussion post where I ask 5 questions and you answer them (I answer them too). If you missed them, the previous 5 Questions posts are HEREHEREHERE and HERE.

 

The Questions

1- What’s your favourite piece of useless trivia?

2- What’s a bargain bin movie that’s actually really good?

3- How many times do you think you’ve stolen something in your life?

4- Describe your favourite procrastination technique.

5- What’s a unique question that I can use for a future 5 Questions post?