Circuit Marker Conducts Electricity As You Draw

Circuit Marker Conducts Electricity As You Draw

Different components can be connected by tracing the pen along a sheet

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 july 2016

Tokyo-based startup AgIC aims to make electric circuits more accessible to people of all ages and levels of experience. Their Circuit Marker conducts electricity as you draw lines on a sheet. Using silver conductive ink, the pen can connect different components to create circuits. It is compatible with AgIC Circuit PET Film and Circuit Paper and can draw up to 40 meters.

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