andrewmuto:

kirstenlepore:

karenabad:

Basically, you attach the receiver to the paper, sketchbook, whatever, then draw. You can create new layers at the press of a button. When you’re ready, you connect the receiver to a computer via USB and upload the files to Wacom’s Sketch Manager software, which transcodes them to whichever file format you need. The system is pressure sensitive, with 1024 levels of sensitivity—as good as Wacom’s last-generation pro input tablets

HOLY CRAP!  They’ve done it!

This could be HUGE.

I woke up with this in an email this morning and have been excited about it all day!!!!!!!! WAAAANTTTT

andrewmuto:

kirstenlepore:

karenabad:

Basically, you attach the receiver to the paper, sketchbook, whatever, then draw. You can create new layers at the press of a button. When you’re ready, you connect the receiver to a computer via USB and upload the files to Wacom’s Sketch Manager software, which transcodes them to whichever file format you need. The system is pressure sensitive, with 1024 levels of sensitivity—as good as Wacom’s last-generation pro input tablets

HOLY CRAP!  They’ve done it!

This could be HUGE.

I woke up with this in an email this morning and have been excited about it all day!!!!!!!! WAAAANTTTT