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Sensu Capacitive Touch Artist Brush

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Paint something

  • The ultimate tool for the touchscreen artist
  • Stylus and capacitive paintbrush in one
  • As seen on Kickstarter

Many of us got dragged into the addicting hole of the game DrawSomething. It was especially fun if you sucked at drawing something. But it was also fun to watch your screen as one of your more artistic friends drew something amazing (and easily guessable).

You're one of those artistic types and up until now, you've been lamenting the lack of a real, usable paintbrush for your iPad (or other touchscreen device). Let Sensu blow you away. Like all amazing things, Sensu got its start in Japan, where its makers found synthetic brush hairs infused with conductive properties that were being developed for the cosmetics industry. These brush hairs had the responsiveness of a great artist's brush and the conductivity needed to work with the iPad.

Leave fingerpainting to the kids and grab a Sensu. It dances across the screen and feels just like a real paint brush. The rubber stylus end works for everything else you'd like to do on your tablet, too. Don't forget to send us some pictures of the things you create with your Sensu!

Product Specifications

  • The ultimate tool for the touchscreen artist
  • Stylus and capacitive paintbrush in one
  • As seen on Kickstarter
  • Care & Feeding:
    • Be careful replacing the brush in its protective cap.
    • Don't use it for real painting! Just touchscreen painting!
    • If you bend a bristle, carefully remove it with tweezers.
  • Compatibility: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy, HTC Desire S, Google Nexus S, Motorola Atrix and many more.
  • Apps to use with Sensu: Artrage, Procreate, Sketchtime, Paper by 53, Sketchbook, Brushes

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