BBC NEWS | Technology | ‘Magic brush’ paints visual world

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By Nico Macdonald

An electronic paint brush developed in the US is helping children understand the world around them.

Image of a child using the I/O Brush

The brush helps children give meaning to what they see

The I/O Brush is the brainchild of Kimiko Ryokai, a researcher at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The device allows children to pick up colours and textures from their environment and paint with them on a large digital screen.”>BBC NEWS | Technology | ‘Magic brush’ paints visual world: “‘Magic brush’ paints visual world

By Nico Macdonald

An electronic paint brush developed in the US is helping children understand the world around them.

Image of a child using the I/O Brush

The brush helps children give meaning to what they see

The I/O Brush is the brainchild of Kimiko Ryokai, a researcher at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The device allows children to pick up colours and textures from their environment and paint with them on a large digital screen.”

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