A New Palette For The DigitalisteNeil Gross
ARTISTS WHO LIKE TO PUT their whole arm into their creations will welcome a concept called Digital Artist's System, from Stuart Karten Design in Marina del Rey, Calif. Instead of sitting in front of a computer and moving a mouse, the artist stands in front of a familiar-looking but novel easel, chooses an electronic pencil, pen, or brush, and "paints" on a touch-sensitive screen laid over a large plasma or liquid-crystal display. Colors are mixed on an electronic palette--a separate handheld LCD that communicates with the easel over a wireless link.
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