Sega Toys Shows 3D Spray Art Toy

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The 3D craze we’re currently witnessing isn’t limited to the home electronics market and movie theaters, it seems: Sega Toys in Japan announced [JP] the so-called 3D Spray Art Pro, a toy that makes it possible to spray “graffiti” on paper, which can then be viewed in 3D.

The way it works is pretty simple: just place a pen with the color of your choice in the battery-powered main unit and start creating images, for example on one of the cute greeting cards Sega throws into the package (see below). 3D glasses are required to view the images “in 3D” – you know, for the kids.




Sega Toys plans to start selling the 3D Spray Art Pro in Japan on April 28. The set for beginners (main unit, 2 pairs of 3D glasses, 5 color pens, 10 greeting cards) will cost $45.

Ask online stores specialized in Japanese products to get a box shipped to you, for example Rinkya.

Via Akihabaranews

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