oStylus pen lets budding Picassos go crazy on capacitive touchscreen tablets
Got yourself an iPad, or dare we say it, a JooJoo tablet? Then you’re also the proud owner of a pretty nifty little touchscreen that’s just crying out for you to get creative on. We’ve already seen David Kassan’s impressive pieces he scribbled using his finger on Apple’s machine, but what if you’re looking to do something a little more precise?
Then you should be thinking about picking up one of these limited-run oStylus touchscreen pens, specifically designed for use with capacitive displays.
Whilst the hinged, circular nib looks like it could take some getting used to, the results shown in the video above seem to speak for themselves. It may never replace a pad and pencil, but it sure beats using my sausage fingers anyway.
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My main question is….
What on earth was that first tablet device he was using and what software package was he using?