Ho Kan Hung, Marco's Máolus Digital Writing Instrument

Ho Kan Hung, Marco Illustrates The Máolus Digital Writing Instrument

Ho Kan Hung, Marco, the author of the highlighted project Ho Kan Hung, Marco's máolus Digital Writing Instrument demonstrates, The name of this design is called máolus – meaning máo bi (Chinese brush) + stylus. In Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, it is practiced in a unique way that requires the user to hold the brush in a vertical gesture. Moreover, the tip of the brush is always kept pointed for easier control of brush stroke width. The nylon rope at the end of the brush is a salute to the traditional Chinese brush design. Overall, the máolus is a combination of Chinese heritage with today’s technology, integrating the past wisdom into future possibility..

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