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"You can think of oxidization as the same process that turns newspapers yellow over time. Contact between the pen and paper alters the writing surface, but not the tool. In that sense, the claim that the the pen can be used to draw infinite lines is somewhat analogous, at least in principle, to how a touchscreen stylus works. And though the tip does wear out over time, Fabi assures that the effect is so microscopic and gradual that users won’t even notice. "
Wow, so the tip is a catalyst that corrupts the paper.
This is a genius idea.
Feb 25, 2015
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