Crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter often lead to products of the most interesting, many of them related to the world of creativity. Recently we have been able to see FollowGrams, a smart projector exclusively designed to teach children how to draw.
As you can see in the video that we leave at the end of the article, FollowGrams is a small projector that works together with an application for mobile devices. The idea is that children can use it to get to draw on paper everything they picture. In fact, one of its advantages is that we can use the application to take a photo of anything that catches our attention and FollowGrams will be responsible for displaying the image in a simplified way to facilitate the drawing.
But how exactly does FollowGrams work? As you can imagine, the device is responsible for projecting the designs on any surface, so that children only have to place a sheet on the design and can follow the different strokes to get the final result. Taking into account its operation, it is not only possible to use FollowGrams to learn to draw, since it can also be used to learn how to write the different letters of the alphabet. Here we leave you with the video presentation:
Without doubt, it is a device of the most striking. FollowGrams has managed to generate a lot of interest. In fact, with 14 days to close the campaign, its creators have managed to raise the $20,000 needed to fund the project. As for its price, the device will be marketed for x dollars as of April.