Now, a pen that vibrates when you spell 'liek tihs'
| by tech2 News Staff |
You have got to hand it to the Germans. They honestly believe in perfection, even when it comes to the simple act of writing a letter. German inventors have now developed a new hi-tech pen that gently vibrates every time it senses a spelling mistake or sloppy handwriting in real time. The spell check is definitely a feature that most of us wish was around in the days before Microsoft Word spell checks came to save the day.
While Lernstift is a regular pen with real ink, on the inside it sports a special motion sensor as well as a small battery-powered stripped-down Linux computer with a Wi-Fi chip. Together those parts allow the pen to recognise specific movements, letter shapes and know a wide assortment of words. If it senses bad letter formation or messy handwriting, it will vibrate, ABC News reported.
A German kickstarter has come up with a intelligent pen that can pick out spelling mistakes (Image credit:kickstarter)
With inputs from PTI
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