Nomad Capacitive Brush for iPad Unveiled

Robert Evans - Feb 21, 2011
Nomad Capacitive Brush for iPad Unveiled

The iPad got a little more creative today, with the launch of the Nomad Brush. This weird new “stylus” is made from capacitive fibers that actually register on the touchscreen like real brush strokes. While the iPad is the most obvious device for the Nomad, it will work on any capacitive touchscreen.

Each brush is hand-made. Cost per-unit is just $24. Now, all we need is a “grain of rice” application and a “detail” capacitive brush. Campy fairground gimmicks and hastily drawn caricatures have never been so accessible to the common man!

[Via TUAW]

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