There has never been an invention like this in the history of electronics. Ever since the first electrical circuit, electric engineers used paper and pencil to draw up schematics for electronic circuits, then built them.
But now, with the help of the Circuit Scribe, this may all change. The circuit scribe is a project that was funded by public donation, to create a pen that can actually draw WORKING electrical circuits. This remarkable pen uses silver ink that actually keeps conducting the electrical circuit even after the ink has dried up. So with nothing but a battery, a paper clip and a light - you can already built a working lamp just using the pen.
No shaking, no smell, no waiting for ink to dry. Circuit Scribe draws smooth lines and allows you to create functioning circuits instantly. This will not only be an amazing work tool, but also an excellent way to educate children about basic electronics and electrical currents, so they understand a bit more about how the objects around them actually work.
To this day, this project has raised over x3 the needed amount for development, so we hope to see this pen in stores starting soon!