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WaterColorBot

The WaterColorBot is a project of “Super Awesome” Sylvia Todd in collaboration with Lenore Edman and Windell Oskay (Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories).

Starting with vector artwork on your computer– or following along as you sketch in real time –the WaterColorBot dips its brush in water, goes and gets the right color of paint, and paints before your eyes.

The WaterColorBot works with standard watercolor paints and paper, so that you never need to purchase specialized or expensive supplies. It is made in the USA with a tough and sturdy wooden frame to last for years of use.

While a robotic painting “printer” can be an incredibly fun thing on its own, the WaterColorBot is also a genuine (if simple and friendly) computer-automated, numerically controlled (CNC) machine– and that lets you do some amazing things.

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Above: WaterColorBot Screenshot -- #1
Uploaded: 7/17/13
WaterColorBot screenshot
Above: WaterColorBot Screenshot -- #2
Uploaded: 7/17/13
WaterColorBot screenshot
Above: WaterColorBot Screenshot -- #3
Uploaded: 7/17/13

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WaterColorBot on Kickstarter

Added: 7/17/13

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