Story: Jack Olmsted
YouTube is for videos what Flickr is for photos.
The MIT Media Labs I/O Brush demonstration video published several hours ago has become the day’s favorite on YouTube.com, a free video hosting community launched in June by ex-paypal developers.
I4U reported about the I/O brush in September. The unique drawing tool allows users to explore colors, textures, and movements found in common things around the house by "picking up" and drawing with them. The high-tech brush has a small video camera with lights and touch sensors embedded inside.
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This technology showcase video is capturing more attention than the usual teen aged girls giggling and wiggling behind closed doors. Below the I/O Brush video hosted on YouTube.
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