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    Japanese Electricity-Conducting Pen Brings Drawings to Life (VIDEO)

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    Japan has once again outdone itself: this time, Japanese scientists have come up with a high tech pen that uses ink to produce electricity.

    Fads in technology do not cease to surprise us.

    The Japanese infrastructure company Kandenko has developed an ad to promote an electricity conducting pen which was created by Japanese startup AgIC. The key idea is when the ink attaches to the circuit of line drawings of houses, the bulbs light up.

     

    Isn’t it amazing to watch as the lit-up paper turns into a 3D miniature structure? If you ask me, it feels like being a kid all over again!

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