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Handwrite e-mails with the D:Scribe pen

video We talk to the student designer of the D:Scribe, a digital fountain pen that will convert your scribblings into text messages and e-mail.

Each year the Dyson Student Award -- a category of the Australian International Design Awards -- showcases a bunch of innovative concept products that could end up in your home one day. A competition held to promote design talent among uni students, the Award attracts entries from inventive tinkerers around Australia, who submit their creations to be judged by designers with a metric boatload of industry experience.

Finalists in the 2008 Award include such curious products as a bone conduction headset, collapsible surfboard and -- most intriguing for us -- the D:Scribe pen, which takes text you write by hand and sends it as an SMS, MMS or e-mail.

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