This strangely therapeutic video shows us the magic of the “AgIC pen” that draws electrical circuits to light up paper cities.
Japanese infrastructure company Kandenko, who is involved in many fields including electrical and telecommunication, has released a new video featuring an AgIC pen, which allows you to draw ink that instantly conducts electricity over paper.
The charming artistic appeal of the pen is illustrated in all its glory in this short promotional video called, “Future with bright lights”.
The pen takes us on a journey through little streets and towns lighting up the path as it goes along.
▼ I think I may be even able to draw this one!
A token hand appears in the video to erect paper structures as the electric circuit effortlessly forms.
The producers based some of their ideas on children’s pop up books and took several takes to get that perfect shot.
The soothing flow of the video and relaxing music may gently inspire you to create your own electricity art.
▼A spectacular light tower
Here are some examples of posters made using ink like that found in the AgIC pen.
【Lighting Poster “Shippo” 】 Lighting Poster made of traditional Japanese pattern ”Shippo” https://t.co/1VzP08oYhh—
AgIC Inc. (@AgIC_Inc) April 04, 2016
【Lighting Poster “Yagasuri” 】 Lighting Poster made of traditional Japanese pattern ”Yagasuri” https://t.co/f5exwFwmMT—
AgIC Inc. (@AgIC_Inc) February 22, 2016
It looks like the possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
The AgIC pen can be purchased online from Amazon Japan for 1,296 yen.