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Tag: Stylus

jaja: Pressure-Sensitive iPad Stylus Uses Sound Waves to Detect Pressure

jaja: Pressure-Sensitive iPad Stylus Uses Sound Waves to Detect Pressure
if you like to sketch on your iPad, you know there are a bunch of styluses on the market and coming out which try to improve upon the drawing and painting experience in apps like ArtRage. The issue is that because of the iPad’s capacitive screen, it’s difficult to detect…

iPen iPad Active Stylus: Accurate Apple Accessory

iPen iPad Active Stylus: Accurate Apple Accessory
If instead of a multipurpose stylus you’d rather have one that does the job really, really well, check out the iPen. Behind the tragically boring name is a very accurate writing and drawing tool for the iPad.…
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LunaTik Touch Pen is Actually Quite Logikal

LunaTik Touch Pen is Actually Quite Logikal
We’ve featured several stylus-pen combos, but none of them are as simple to use as the LunaTik Touch Pen. The LunaTik is a lot like a click pen – push a button on top to make the ballpoint tip appear, push again to make it disappear. But when its ballpoint…

Marvel Digital Stylus Doubles as Pen

Marvel Digital Stylus Doubles as Pen
There are basically two kinds of styluses available. The ones with a thin tip, that allow you to write, draw, and select stuff on a resistive screen, and the ones with a somewhat larger tip, that mimic the way that you use your finger, designed for capacitive touch screens. The…

Griffin Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer: Swiss Army Pen

Griffin Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer: Swiss Army Pen
The stylus ballpoint pen is a clever product, but Griffin does Monteverde one better by incorporating a third device. The Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer is a stylus, pen and a laser pointer all in one. Imagine that. Seriously though I’d rather have plain names like that than the…

Big Big Cursor: Silly Styli

Big Big Cursor: Silly Styli
Touchscreen devices eschew the mouse in favor of our fingers, and no mouse means no cursor. Or does it? Mike Mak designed a pair of styli for devices with capacitive touchscreens. By “designed” I mean he took the mouse cursor and mouse pointer and enlarged them. Hence their names –…

Pogo Sketch Pro Stylus for iPad Artists

Pogo Sketch Pro Stylus for iPad Artists
If you are the sort that likes to draw or just doodle on your iPad there are apps out there that will turn the tablet into an art pad. The only catch is that if you are serious about your drawing, using your finger isn’t how you want to go.…

Monteverde Stylus Ballpoint Pen is Future Proof

Monteverde Stylus Ballpoint Pen is Future Proof
Here’s a pen that you’ll find useful for work (or play) for years to come. The Monteverde Stylus Ballpoint Pen is not only refillable, it also has a conductive rubber tip mounted on its click-top, so you can use it on any device with a capacitive touchscreen.…

Is That a Stylus on Your Nose, or Are You Happy to See Me?

Is That a Stylus on Your Nose, or Are You Happy to See Me?
Nothing says “dork” like a long, white stylus on your nose for your smartphone. I think this must be a spoof concept and not something that the designer seriously thinks is a viable product.…

Bridgestone AeroBee Electronic Paper Displays Look Promising

Bridgestone AeroBee Electronic Paper Displays Look Promising
For those of us here in the States, the name Bridgestone is associated with tires and golf balls, and that’s about it. But the Japanese company actually has invested in developing electronics as well, and is now showing off their new AeroBee e-Paper displays which work differently from most.…

The Flow: A Paint Brush for the iPad (and other tablets too)

The Flow: A Paint Brush for the iPad (and other tablets too)
All sorts of attempts have been made to create “the perfect stylus” for drawing on the iPad, with mixed success. But this is the first time I’ve seen a devices designed to let you use your tablet like a painter’s canvas. The guys at Joystickers have come up with this…

Dagi Pen Capacitive Stylus: the iPad and iPhone Get a Pen (Kinda)

Dagi Pen Capacitive Stylus: the iPad and iPhone Get a Pen (Kinda)
I’ve been looking for a reasonable way to draw on the screen of my iPad since I bought it, and after trying out the less than stellar Pogo Sketch (which broke after 2 days of use and was way to squishy and fat to really be considered a “pen”), I…

Mamemo Digital Notepad Perfect for Jotting Down Random Notes

Mamemo Digital Notepad Perfect for Jotting Down Random Notes
Here’s a handy little gadget you might want to set on your desktop. The Mamemo digital notepad is sort of like an electronic replacement for Post-it sticky notes. The compact box is about the size of a small calculator, and features an LCD screen onto which you can take notes…

Pressure Sensitive Drawing on iPad a Possibility

Pressure Sensitive Drawing on iPad a Possibility
While nobody at Apple intended for the screen of the iPad to support pressure-sensitivity, there’s a demo video floating around showing off a proof-of-concept for this truly artistic usage of the iPad’s multi-touch screen. You can really imagine all of the cool drawing programs you could create if you could…

South Koreans Using Sausage as iPhone Stylus

South Koreans Using Sausage as iPhone Stylus
It’s no secret that the iPhone’s touchscreen is hard to use when one is wearing gloves. But what will iPhone owners do when it’s winter? Stop using their iPhones? Preposterous! Just use a sausage as stylus! Here’s a video of two – two! – sausages working perfectly on the iPhone:…

Nintendo Ds Lightsaber Stylus Won’T Cut Off Fingers

Nintendo Ds Lightsaber Stylus Won’T Cut Off Fingers
I’m a sucker for lightsabers. Sure, I’d really like to have an authentic one that could sear off limbs or disintegrate your foes in a single swipe, but as an inhabitant of the real world, I generally have to settle for cheap toys instead. Now your Nintendo DS can get…
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