At CES 2013, Griffin Technology announced that they have a partnership with Crayola in place. The two have created a product called the Crayola Light Market, a stylus that works with a drawing app. The stylus lets you “draw in the air.” As you draw in the air, you will see drawings appear on a tablet. The front-facing camera used for FaceTime acknowledges the stylus as you draw. The stylus lets you connect the dots, Free Draw, and work on puzzles. The Crayola Light Marker costs $29.99 and will be available this spring. The app used for drawing is free.