Artists looking for a new digital sketchpad will want to check out the Wacom Sketcher. The Wacom Sketcher was designed by Massimo Battaglia and features increased sensitivity and the ability to turn physical drawings into digital ones.
The Wacom Sketcher would have a 12 inch screen and run off of an Android OS. The Sketcher would feature eight programmable buttons and would be able to be used by either left handed or right handed artists. Perhaps the most unique feature of Battaglia's design is its camera. The 5.0 megapixel camera of the Sketcher can photograph digital sketches and upload them onto the pad to be completed at a later time. The tablet would also be lightweight, weighing in at 1 1/2 pounds.
The Wacom Sketcher Weighs in at Under Two Pounds
1. Increased Sensitivity in Digital Sketching - The Wacom Sketcher features increased sensitivity, opening up new possibilities for digital artists.
2. Integration of Camera and Sketchpad - The Wacom Sketcher's 5.0 megapixel camera allows artists to photograph digital sketches for completion at a later time.
3. Lightweight and Portable Tablet Design - The Wacom Sketcher weighs just 1 1/2 pounds, providing a highly portable digital sketchpad option for artists on the go.
1. Technology Hardware Manufacturing - Manufacturers in the technology hardware industry have an opportunity to develop and produce lightweight and innovative tablets like the Wacom Sketcher.
2. Digital Art and Design Software - Software developers in the digital art and design industry can explore new features and tools that take advantage of increased sensitivity in digital sketching, as showcased by the Wacom Sketcher.
3. Photography Equipment and Accessories - Photography equipment and accessories companies can tap into the integration of cameras with sketchpads, offering products that cater to the needs of digital artists using devices like the Wacom Sketcher.