A larger version of Hi-Tec Art's Sketch Art kit, Masterpiece Art is a high-tech creative tool with a simple premise. Users easily stick LED lights into the self-healing rubber surface and watch them light up, bringing a child's design to glowing life. Masterpiece Art includes 1,600 LEDs in eight colors, nine pieces of luminescent Artwire in varying lengths, six printed background images, power adapters, and the tools a child needs to build their creations again and again. Two smaller versions of the kit are available from Hi-Tec Art.
Using a distinctive, self-healing rubber surface and brilliantly glowing LED lights, kids can create luminescent works of art over and over with Hi-Tec Art's Sketch Art kit. With no tools or plugs to worry about, they just stick the LEDs into the rubber and they light. The pad is powered by batteries, USB or an AC adapter, making it versatile for home or travel use. Children can create designs using only their imagination, or embellish the included background designs. The kit includes 800 LEDs in eight colors, a 2' length of glowing Artwire, power adapters, and the necessary tools. A smaller and larger version are available from Hi-Tec Art.
An ideal piece of desk art, the Hi-Tec Art Cube plugs in to offer a 3-D animated light display that will run for 45 minutes performing various patterns and designs. "The light displays are mind blowing and really shows off how technology is growing at a fast rate!" Roy Smith, CEO, Hi-Tec Art, LLC, told TDmonthly. Launch date: January 5, 2010.
The Sketch Jr is Hi-Tec Art LLC's most versatile version of Hi-Tec Art. It runs on three AA batteries and is very lightweight and portable. Includes patented technology that lets the user "play" with LEDs. There are three versions of this toy: Camo for boys, Flower Power for girls, and Games for kids of all ages. "The technology is brand new, the possibilities are endless, and kids absolutely love bringing light to their art!" Roy Smith, CEO, Hi-Tec Art, LLC, told TDmonthly. Launch date: January 5, 2010.
Kids can create their own art and designs with LED lights. They just stick the LEDs into the rubber and they light up. No soldering or tools are required. There are hundreds of LEDs in eight different colors to create art, designs or signs. It's reuseable and portable. Launch date: 2010.