If you’re looking for a new way to keep your kids entertained with the iPad, Griffin has announced the Crayola Light Marker which allows children to paint with light, a technique which many photographers are probably familiar with, although in this case it is done with the iPad and some accompanying apps that will support it. Basically while the accompanying app is running on the tablet, all your kid would have to do is point the Crayola Light Marker at it and depending on the “game” running, the marker will either allow your child to paint from a distance, use it to act as a flash light to search for things in the dark, or to color the pages in a coloring book. It looks pretty fun and is an alternative way for kids to interact with the tablet other than just swiping on it. Priced at $30, more details about Griffin’s Crayola Light Marker can be found on its website, or you can check the video above out to see it in action.

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