Forget posters, the Scribit, an innovative printer robot, can print directly on walls, whiteboards, pieces of glass, or plastered drywall. Simply hang it from the corner, and the robot will automatically track coordinates and create works of art (or just text) using CMYK markers. If placed on a whiteboard, the markers’ ink can also be erased and replaced with new ones, making them ideal for menus, advertisements, etc. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.
“We are totally deluged with information, and spend too much of our non-sleeping time in front of one form or another of digital screen – TV, desktop computer, laptop, tablet or phone. Do we really want to add more screens to our lives? Scribit offers up an alternative: a robotic system that draws on any kind of vertical surface, following a primordial act performed by humanity since our first cave graffiti,” said Ratti, founding partner of CRA and director of the MIT Senseable City Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).