Video: Evil Mad Scientist's new AxiDraw V3 personal drawing machine can use any pen or marker to print or write on your behalf if your penmanship is awful. But simply watching the machine draw ultra-precise doodles and complex patterns is so satisfying you might be able to justify its $US475 ($637) price tag as just a relaxation tool.
Watching This Super Precise Robot Doodle Is Super Satisfying
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