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Sylvia's WaterColorBot takes to Kickstarter for the usual reason (video)

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Fresh from impressing President Obama, Bill Nye and LeVar Burton, WaterColorBot -- sorry, Super Awesome Sylvia's WaterColorBot -- is ready for prime time. The makers are taking to Kickstarter in order to sell the robot, which transfers vector art and trackpad daubs to paper without the mess of doing it yourself. The team needs to scrounge together $50,000, and a pledge of $295 will get you an unassembled, DIY kit. If you want to see the unit in action (hosted by Super Awesome Sylvia herself) then head past the break.

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