For those who aren’t exactly Etch A Sketch masters, but still want to make use of the toy, then check out what these people have done with it. Continue reading to see more.

World’s Largest Etch-a-Sketch

First shown at Siggraph, this gigantic Etch-a-Sketch let all who attended the demonstration control the screen with two-sided paddles that signal sensor cameras. Simply put, one half of the audience controlled the right knob while the others piloted the left knob. Video courtesy of Artifact Pictures.

Etch-a-Sketch Clock

This unique Etch-A-Sketch clock, based on Scott Ferguson’s CNC EAS and the Arduino platform, uses stepper motors to power the device, which is then connected to a laptop for drawing purposes. Best of all, the device erases itself each and every minute.