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Doodling robot draws 1,000 paintings in 30 hours
    2017-02-08  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    机械臂为你绘画千里传情

    It is the must-have gadget for those who like to doodle.

    Engineers have developed a pocket-sized robot that can recreate sketches on paper just as they were originally drawn, allowing them to be sent all over the world.

    The Line-us robot is essentially a USB-powered arm that connects to an app on your smartphone, tablet or PC. By sketching on the screen using a finger, mouse, stylus or Apple Pencil, the user can then instruct the robot to recreate their masterpiece.

    Line-us draws the image using a pen on paper in the same order the person who drew it, so you can see exactly how your friends’ drawings came to fruition*.

    Anyone with the app can send their doodle straight to another person’s Line-us, allowing sketches to be shared anywhere in the world.

    The robot can draw on any writeable surface from sketchbooks to fridges or even on a wall.

    Line-us lets users save their drawings, send them as messages to friends or publish them to a public gallery.

    For those who are artistically challenged, the app also allows users to trace images from the photos on their device.

    The robot was developed by Durrell Bishop, who teaches product and interaction design at the Royal College of Art in London, and Robert Poll, who has worked as a technologist for over 20 years.

    The pair hope to begin shipping Line-us in October and expect it will cost around US$124.(SD-Agencies)

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