The people at Wacom have scaled new peaks in their quest to “create harmony between people and technology.” Where once digital was digital and analog was analog, the “twain” have now met in a sleek app called Bamboo Paper, the company’s first app for the iPad. Now your iPad is not only a tablet computer with fun, interesting and useful features, you iPad is an actual tablet – or notepad. To be accurate, it is “like” a notepad thanks to the Bamboo app. This promises to be the perfect app for visual thinkers as they attempt to share their ideas.
With an iPad, a stylus and of course, the Bamboo app, a user can draw, write, design or chart ideas in the conventional way, except it has digital connectivity for a more interactive experience. In business settings, a user can connect the iPad to a projector and use the Bamboo app as a visual presentation tool. It can be used in math equations or for graphing with a graph paper option. And, well once you take a look at it, the possibilities become endless. Meanwhile the Wacom folks are also behind a number of fun apps including Drawtweet, Livebrush and Sandy signs. So don’t just sit there – create and enjoy.
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