CircuitScribe - Draw circuits that work with this magic pen & say goodbye to breadboards

CircuitScribe is an awesome, magical pen that lets you draw electronic circuits directly on a paper, add a physical power supply and make it work. No solders or wires needed. All you need to do is sketch out the circuit (of your dreams) using this special pen that has a quick-drying ink with conducting properties. The CircuitScribe is a result of research done at University of Illinois. If you really like the idea and see yourself using this innovative pen, you should really consider funding CircuitScribe on Kickstarter (link below).


If you contribute $20 to the project, you will get the pen and an LED component. Adding extra $10 will get you the basic kit along with a set of accessories that help you perform tests on your circuit sketches. Check out this video that shows the pen in action. It's cool, take our word for that!

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  • avii
    :O This is amazing!
  • lovebox
    Now this is something simple, effective and really useful. It would help many kids to develop an interest in science.
  • Sanjay5732
    Practical Aspects of understanding circuits will be accomplished.Great thing !!!
  • Anand Tamariya
    Anand Tamariya
    This is revoltionary. It'll definitely help electronic enthusiasts save on PCB costs for prototypes!!

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