As a child, I remember constantly wanting a never-ending supply of crayons to doodle with. I revered colour pencil sets with 24 different colours, lusted over boxes with seemingly infinite rows of crayons in an attempt to own every colour that ever existed. My parents put their foot down at my fifth box of art supplies and my quest to discover all the colours in the world came to an abrupt end. It was a very sad time for me.

Now, children need not face the same obstacles that I met when I was a child – Mozbii, a colour picker stylus for kids developed by Taiwanese company Ufro, allows kids to capture and use any colour they set their eyes on.

This amazing stylus allows children to capture a colour by simply pressing the sensor of the Mozbii against the desired surface, say, a tabletop, or a flower petal. Once the buzzer beeps to confirm that the colour has been stored, kids can then doodle to their hearts’ delight on a tablet screen with the colour they had captured just seconds before.

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Zen Soo

Zen is a tech journalist with a fondness for tech gadgets and pandas. She is also a full-time grad student studying business journalism at Tsinghua University, and often spends much time dreaming about...