Improv Electronics Boogie Board – CES 2012

Here’s a product that intrigued me, but I can’t really nail down why. It’s not immediately apparent what sort of problem this solves. But it was interesting enough that I’d love to see if anyone out there sees a use for libraries. I’m going to see how it works for writing practice with my daughter, so there could be an instructional use for toddlers…

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  1. There are still a generation of people who will not abandon handwriting as their mode of content creation. Many writers still cling to this process. If the experience is truly comparable to writing on paper, it may have a niche market.

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