Posted by manager
on Dec 29th, 2011 in Tech
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“What of the old typewriter lying around in the attic? “. Tyree Calahan provides a partial answer to the recycling intelligent. The man in question has in fact recently completed a transformation of the most amazing. He took a typewriter and modified it into a drawing machine. Each letter of the typewriter was replaced by colors and when you press a button, the device layer a colored rectangle on the paper. The original machine is a 1937 Underwood. A touch can print two different colors. Using capital letters, you get a few shades darker.
This original creation was designed for the 2012 West Prize competition. Its value is estimated between 3000 and 5000 dollars.