I/O brush

Saturday 17 September 2005This is close to 18 years old. Be careful.

I/O Brush is a freaky art/technology project from the MIT Media Lab. Point the big brush at a real world object, and it picks up the appearance of the object. Use the brush on its canvas, and it paints like the object looked. It even captures the movement of the source object. Neat!


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