October 21, 2015

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The idea that led to the invention of IdeaPaint—a paint that can transform any surface into a dry-erase board—came during a brainstorming session among college students at Babson College, just outside of Boston. The moment one of them started taping sheets of paper to the wall to create a space to capture their ideas, the rest stood up and became actively engaged in the process. Turns out, it was more than a phenomenon—it was an inspiration.

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