The iSpace Workstation Replaces Physical Drawing Tools with Virtual Ones

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: May 6, 2013 • References: & yankodesign
Creative professionals have gone from using a pencil and paper to a stylus and a drawing tablet, and here we have the next logical innovation for illustrative rendering. The iSpace Workstation is essentially an enormous flat screen computer monitor that stands on its sturdy tower and immediately digitizes everything that you draw.

The cutting-edge drafting table offers a touchscreen in place of a piece of paper and a stylus in place of a pen. Jameel Kamil's concept would allow you to effortlessly sketch lines and shapes with the assistance of virtual implements like rulers, and erase and replace your strokes should you make a mistake. The Voltra iSpace Workstation can keep up with the pace of your imagination, quickly refreshing with new canvases and offering a generously broad illustration area. Stats for Digital Drafting Tables Trending: Older & Popular
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