Dual-Tipped Stylus Helps Kids Make Shoddy Drawings in 3DS

The holidays are quickly approaching and you know what that means: you don't have a lot of time left to find some way to distract annoying kids that could be visiting. Thankfully Griffin's got you covered with a new Crayola dual-tipped stylus for creating anaglyph 3D images on a touchscreen device.

Sure, you could save a few bucks by just using the accompanying app with a pair of fingers or two styluses taped together. But for just $20 the Crayola DigiTools 3-D Pack also comes with a carrying case and those damn glasses you can never escape. So while 3D has occasionally made going to the movies a terrible experience, at least it can help make a Thanksgiving family gathering just a bit more tolerable.

Dual-Tipped Stylus Helps Kids Make Shoddy Drawings in 3D

[Griffin Technology]