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.
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.