If you’ve ever taken a photo of city lights with a long exposure on your camera, you’ve likely seen the swirling or jagged designs the points of light make. Those of you who really enjoy those effects have likely gotten a bit artistic with it, making shapes or patterns. If you want your kids to be able to join in on the fun without having to hold your expensive camera, you’ll have to find a cheaper alternative.
The Takara Tomy Art Penlight pairs up with an app that will let you paint the night sky with colored light. There are three color options to choose from, including Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow, and there are eight gradient levels within each pen. Should you choose to get all three, you’ll have 27 different color options to pick from. One of these will cost you around $70, and will start shipping out on November 20th.