Sunday, 2 October 2011

Wacom Inkling

Wacom has announced a hunch. This device allows you to draw with pen andwhen finished you can transfer images to a computer for editing images. There are several things that make this device stand out. Let's start with a pen. Ball pointpen has a tip that you can draw on any kind of paper. Digital pen can also feel the pressure level of 1024 which makes images are captured even more realistic.Each pressure was calculated as weight is transferred to give the image the correct line. When you have finished drawing, the data is sent to a PC or Mac in vector format, which means you can then easily edit each line on the pages as you like.

The idea behind prejudice is that you sketch a rough picture of what you want andthen transfer to a computer for editing and repair as needed. A video demonstration is found beneath and beyond that, the official press release fromWacom.

 hunches can save thousands of sketches and exporting layered files directly intoAdobe Photoshop and Illustrator (CS3 or newer), and Autodesk Sketchbook Pro(2011). Alternatively, files can be saved in JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, SVG and PDF formats for use with other applications. According to Tsunekawa, "support an inkling of a raster-based applications such as Adobe Photoshop, and vector-based applications such as Illustrator and Designer Autodesk Sketchbook, willprovide users with the option to combine their initial sketches into the work further developed".
Ideal Companion for the Intuos and Cintiq ® ®

This device was launched in September with a price tag of $ 199.

1 comment:

  1. this one gadget that is very useful for people who loves to draw and create out of their hands.hope it will be that expensive..thanks for the info..