Scribit: World’s First Write & Erase Robot Aims to Fight Boredom
World’s first write and erase robot, Scribit has collaborated with Dr. Gareth Moore, popular British author of over 100 best-selling international puzzle and brain-training titles, to launch a collection of Robotic Labyrinths that can easily turn any vertical surface into a canvas to draw and play at home.
In the wake of social distancing during the Coronavirus pandemic, Scribit Original with Dr. Moore wants to bring entertaining alternatives to smartphone addiction. Earlier, Dr. Moore has worked with various publishers. He is also the creator of BrainedUp.com – a cutting-edge brain-training website providing scientifically designed daily brainstorming sessions to help people make the most of their brains.
For Scribit, he has created a special Labyrinth Puzzle in the shape of a rounded maze. The puzzle itself is drawn by a Scribit robot on a wall. Likewise, other users can either play the maze games or create something artistic using this write and erase robot. The robot comes with four different colored markers to help the users create endless colorful designs or patterns.
This robot seems to be one of the best inventions in the times when most of us are locked down. The content is available for the users to download now. The newest challenge is to solve a series of puzzles that are created specifically for the pandemic period. Designed to function as a unique “printer for walls”, the write and erase robot enables users to personalize any desired vertical plane.
You may check out the Scribit’s official website to see how people are using this robot to show off their artistic skills.