The LunaTik touch Pen was designed by Scott Wilson and funded by a Kick-starter initiative to bring the concept of the Lunatik Pen that travels seamlessly from paper to touch screen tablet device. Scott’s LunaTik Pen concept raised record-breaking $1 million in a record-breaking amount of time – investors were interested in seeing his design become a reality…and so was Apple…but Scott is looking for more funding to properly develop the project with the attention it deserves. The idea of a stylus with a pen built into it is intriguing…and genius. Dual stylus and paper-compatible pens have been designed with opposing functions on opposite ends, but Scott’s design is the first that promotes a pen tip that protrudes from the same nub as the stylus. The body of the LunaTik Pen is available in aircraft-grade aluminum (The LunaTik Alloy Touch Pen) or plastic (The LunaTik Plastic Touch Pen). Both models feature a gel-ink rollerball cartridge that can be replaced with refill cartridges, and a silicone tip to work with the tablet surface. To get in on the project, check out Scott’s latest KickStarter project that hopes to raise $75K in two months.