Laser Light Paint Bucket

Submitted by: awbeck 9 years ago Tech
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Go ahead and let the kids draw on the walls.
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Male 1,461
Wicked cool.
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Female 16
where can i get one and how much is it?
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Female 1,470
Holy Fuuk i want 1. i wanna draw on walls...
But seriously thats soooo freaken sick
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Female 267
OMG I need this!!!!! Not for my kids.....for ME!!!!!!!! fwahahahahha.....ahahaha...hehe.....R they for sale yet? Or is it like one of those nerd things that they don`t let you have until yur like....dead...
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Female 4
I WANT ONE!!!!!! :-O
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Male 29
wait wait wait it never actually said it didnt stain walls lol this could be intresting !

anways i never doodled on walls i cant see why kids cant just use paper or a comp!

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Female 920
I want!!
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Male 115
i want one!!!!!!
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Male 1
Its called the Philips: Drag & Draw Technology for those who wanted to know
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Male 236
amazing
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Male 593
It`s simple... it`s the Laser Paint Bucket for Painting Cars. There are other models, like Laser Paint Bucket for Painting Houses or Laser Paint Bucket for Painting People (this one being much more expensive)

Ok seriously, how does this thing work? It makes no sense to me. It`s gotta be fake. Or photoshopped ;-)

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Female 441
if any one knows where 2 get one let me know.my boys will luv it.!!!!!perfect for their B days coming up.

p.s...i didnt read all the comments. so sorry if sum one alredy sed it.i aint got time 2 read all of it

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Male 144
oh i didnt notice the big thing projecting on the walls.
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Male 144
i dont understand how it works? how long does it last if u dont erase? Wth wth? does it need the wand around to last? what makes the light stick to the walls AAAAAAAARGH i dont understand it.
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Male 140
Dude why didnt they have it when i was a kid :( i drew on the walla and got punished for doing that T.T
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Female 2,552
Holy Wakamoly.
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Female 943
notice how they didnt tell you how much it costs...
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Female 1,697
I want one for myself! I have a wall like that at my place and it would be awsome to let my friends draw in it!! cool!
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Male 738
I would end up drinking the lasers...
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Female 587
That seems pretty cool.

I do however worry that it would encourage kids to draw on the wall with anything, be it the lazer, or a crayon. It is kind of telling them it is OK to draw on it.

But for a kid that is maybe 6+ that knows they shouldnt draw on the wall, I think that would be pretty entertaining for them, hell for us adults also.

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Male 1,217
i wonder why ppl take time to develop these toy when out world is still messed up..

but i guess it does help the enviroment.

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Female 2
cool...i`d love to have one for myself.
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Female 228
Woah, where can I get one? <3
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Male 629
Congratulations, the future has come.
But what about the safety? Something that bright can cause seizures.
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Female 403
screw toddlers, get me one.
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Female 1,211
Come on, what happened to just crayoning on the walls and getting smacked for it? Good old times.
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Female 1,492
I so want one of those...for the kids...i don`t have yet...
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Male 701
are you supposed to draw anything other than a car?
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Female 963
That`s so cool!

The question is, how much does it cost?

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Male 437
eh, I like the laser grafitti one better.
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Male 1,825
fu*kin scientists. why couldnt they have made these ten years ago and also make me rich enough for it
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Female 26
omg thats genius! i don`t see how its possible but omg its genius!
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Male 254
The thing you draw with looks like a dildo someone found in Chernobyl.
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Male 115
that is sick, i dont care if its a few years till i have kids i want one
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Female 242
hahahaha shinu
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Male 66
These kids will get radiation poisoning in 40 years, leading to a horrible mutation, leading to them becoming President.
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Male 366
drat kids, i want one.
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Male 1,386
woah... is that the guy from the douche body spray thing?
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Male 1,461
Meh, we let our kids draw on the walls anyway. They have certain walls they are aloud to do it on. Nothing a little paint can`t fix if necessary.
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Male 1,496
i`d like to see some profeshinal artist get a hold of one of these
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Male 167
intersting idea, however can all kid draw is cars? and how much does this product cost? i dont think though that you can run around the whole house without moving that bucket
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Male 383
-mommy! mommy! my hand wont stop glowing!

-thats what you get for drawing on the walls, timmy. so stfu!

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Female 416
buy me one NOW!!! >:(
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Female 492
That`s so cool. I could have really done a lot with it when I was little instead of drawing with old-fashioned markers and paper! ;-)
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Male 213
Pretty cool, though it looks to be the same concept as the laser graffiti link posted a little while ago, which was way cooler.
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Male 35
I wonder just how large the scope of the bucket`s ability to guess what the drawing is. I wouldn`t want my kids (accidently or on purpose) drawing anything that remotely resembled something that might make an "x-rated" animation lol "hey hon, look what Johnny made!!"
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Male 221
"Mom why won`t the magic wand make the dog move?"
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Female 169
That is quite amazing...
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Female 250
i want one!
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Female 1,065
That is so cool.. I want one. NOW.
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Male 73
2 weeks later they all died of radioactive cancer :P
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Male 561
How much I want 1
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Male 1,003
dont care if its for kids. im getting myself two!
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Female 106
That`s looks really cool... however, you just know the kid won`t use it!!
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Male 62
i can see this type of entertainment technology progressing tremendously over the next years. be on the look-out for some much cooler and cheaper stuff to hit the market.
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Male 242
It`ll probably be a matter of time before a kid owning that toy finds a bucket of paint and starting to draw stuff on the wall, thinking it can just be erased with the press of a button, right?
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Female 582
i wanted it, but i question its exhistance when the picture started moving
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Female 799
Cool, I want one.
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Male 643
Finally, something from the future.
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Male 108
I`m gonna buy one for my kiddos.
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Female 63
I was a little confused about how it works, but considering that there is a slight delay between the kid making the motion of drawing the line and the line actually "appearing" on the wall, it seems that it`s all done through the laser projector, with motion sensors running from the projector to the "paint" bucket and the different tools. That`s just my hypothesis, however.

Oh, and LOL @ the "drawing coming to life." The car was rocking back and forth on the little road that appeared, and all my adult mind could think of was "When the car`s a-rockin`, don`t come a-knockin`!" XD XD ...Man, my brain is weird...

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Male 200
Very cool.... I wonder what the price tag is on that little gizmo???

Also what`s to keep the kidos from burning the retinas out the their little heads?

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Female 306
what the heck!! i want it !!!!! that looks so awesome!! i don`t really understand how it works. can anyone explain?
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Male 888
Intended for little toddlers? Everyone should have something like this. It could tap into your creative side, easing stress and relaxing you!

I would love one of these!

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Male 135
"ok really liked it, up untill it said about the magic wand.

if this thing is supposed to be for younger kids who are just exploring their creativity, as he said on the vid.....how the hell is it supposed to recognise what the image is and make it `come to life`?????

i dont get that bit at all lol

but yeah, its really awesome, never mind my future kids! I want one!"

thats cos your narrowminded and have no concept of technology

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Male 1,704
i rekon its around 100 GBP
does seem like a cool toy to keep kids amused.
i thinkk a few pranks could be done with it as well
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Female 106
i looked it up on google and it looks like its only a concept for the future at this point. neat though.
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Female 245
I WANT ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SO unfair!!

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Male 1,289
that owns! i want one!!!
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Female 58
No really where do I get one? I did a search and I can`t find it. My 4yr old would love it, anyone know where I can get one?
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Male 988
even so, it would still leave scratch marks on the wall.
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Male 1,039
I wouldn`t think it would be too expensive. Maybe 200 bucks max.
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Female 46
*Jumps up and down*

Mommy! I want one! I want one!

Pretty please?

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Female 237
must....get....soo...nifty o_o
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Male 1,024
mommy, i want one! gimme gimme gimme!
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Female 1,596
I want it sooo badly!! Rawr!
It`s probably worth $500 though :(
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Female 319
damn... i want that... lol
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Female 175
i want that. it would be so much fun to play with it
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Female 718
cool but think about how much it will cost, id say £1000?
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Male 1,364
gnarly
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Female 1,395
oo! nifty!!
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Male 260
Dude, I gotta save up! Anyone got an Amazon link or something? Or is it not patented yet?
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Male 946
wow
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Female 550
That is sweet!!! I bet they are expensive as all hell. BUT, I would rather have one of those for my childen and pay a little more, than have them color on the walls with cayon or worse yet, markers and we would have to spend $$ on paint and spend time to cover it up.
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Female 1,228
ooooo, this is sooo cool!
I want one for me.

All I had when I was littl` was my dads train set, which I swear you could get lead poisioning from. Might explain a few things. . . .

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Male 4,246
What a time to be a child. We`re living in the future, ladies and gents, but it still belongs to the children. :-D
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Male 99
We never had cool stuff like that when I was growning up. We just had Lite-Brite
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Female 395
Man! I so wish I had one of those when I was 3...then me and my sister wouldn`t have gotten in so much trouble for coloring our bedroom...It`s really hard to get crayons off walls :-(
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Female 103
i wouldn`t trust a can full of lasers!
there`s something to be said about the classics. and frankly, this is a little too advanced for my liking
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Male 645
It was interesting,But i`m not a wand person.
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Female 254
Darned kids these days.
I NEVER had things like this when I was their age.
And yes, the wand part would be worthless for young kids, and discouraging for older kids whose drawings are not good enough to get recognized for what they are.
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Male 19
mom
i want one of those
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Female 91
OoO awww so kewl
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Female 153
I want three of them. Then, when all my friends see me using it and ask if they can use it, I can be like, "no, those 2 are for when I run out of light."
Then they`d beat the crap out of me and take them I suppose.
But yes, that has to be the coolest "toy" I`ve seen in a long time.
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Male 2,567
oo >:O
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Female 364
ok really liked it, up untill it said about the magic wand.

if this thing is supposed to be for younger kids who are just exploring their creativity, as he said on the vid.....how the hell is it supposed to recognise what the image is and make it `come to life`?????

i dont get that bit at all lol

but yeah, its really awesome, never mind my future kids! I want one!

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Male 779
Sweet!
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Female 94
rad, i want one. :)
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Male 813
I so gotta get one of those for my future kids.
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Male 36
Link: Laser Light Paint Bucket [Rate Link] - Go ahead and let the kids draw on the walls.
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