The robot draws on any vertical surface, whether it's a magnetic board or a sheet of paper.
To get started, you need to attach two loop-ended cords that are hung on hooks, each cord running onto a separate motorised reel inside the robot. This way, Drawbot can move freely around the picture.
In the centre of the butterfly-like machine, there is a special opening for a pencil or a marker pen. Moving up and down and from side to side, DrawBo draws a picture and pauses after finishing each line. This enables a child to copy it by hand on a sketchpad. The device teaches visual arts step-by-step.
You can order this nifty, artist gadget on Kickstarter for $149. The retail price will increase shortly to $200.
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