The Circuit Marker began on Kickstarter last year and has since become available for the public to buy. The creator intended the marker to be utilized by individuals who are building electronic prototypes, enabling them to connect circuits with a quick swipe of the marker and eliminating the need for designers to constantly assemble and dissemble boards as they test creations.
As of now, the Circuit Marker is most commonly used to power lightbulbs; however the ink is able to withstand up to 100 volts, opening up many opportunities for powering other devices. The marker has also proven to be popular among children, being used in pop-up and colouring books to create a fun learning experience.
The Circuit Marker is a fantastic tool for small concepts, but when it comes to expanding your project, Eclipse Automation offers mechanical, electrical/controls, and applications design solutions customized for any sized project. As a licensed electrical contractor, we have the ability to install, wire, test and troubleshoot all electronic equipment components throughout your build process, ensuring that your projects are completed to the highest in safety and quality standards, both on time and on budget.
Source: Interesting Engineering