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Morse Code Ball-pen can be used to create the famous dot dash sequences by simply clicking on its specially modified pen top button.
In normal pens, this just retracts and extends the ball-point, but in the Morse Code version it is capable of delivering either a short, sharp click for a dot, or a
longer sounding, louder click for a dash.
This pen is for those who are a bit fed up with the whole world of iPhone type devices, yet want to retain a method of non-verbal communication. Hold it against a box, table, door or any other resonant object and start clicking.
Morse Code Translator
easy to use and good fun [xenzag, Apr 29 2012]
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||You could be tapping into a whole new market ...
||Fortuitously there seems to be no link between Morse and Da Vinci code in this idea, so it gets my vote.
||Apparently under linux you can get the pc indicator lights to do morse code, if you really wanted to..
||-.-. .- -. .-- . .... .- ...- . .- -- --- -.. . - .... .- - .-- .-.
.. - . ... - .... . -.-. --- -.. . .. -. .. -. -.- .- ... .-- . .-
.. .-.. ..--..
||Yes - I'm sure a pen that writes in Morse Code is possible.... I almost feel that I posted this as an idea once.
||I like it! [ -... ..- -.]