[PD-ot] graph tablet recommendation

Rich E reakinator at gmail.com
Fri Aug 18 01:57:00 CEST 2006

You can purchase an ink pen for the Wacom Intous3 (
http://www.powermax.com/product/Wacom_Intuos3_Ink_Pen/e92516.html ) for
around 60 dollars, on top of the tablet which is about 200-300 dollars.  The
Intous3 does alot more than just x/y though..


On 8/16/06, IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> hi.
> since i am a complete noob with regards to graph-tablets, i would be
> thankful if somebody could answer this:
> do modern graph-tablets work with any stylus (read: normal pen,
> finger,...) or do i need a special one?
> i know that the stylus usually is the sensor for pressure, whereas the
> tablet is the x/y sensors.
> i only need x/y information, pressure is not necessary.
> the idea is, that people can draw simultaneously in the analog (on paper
> with their usual tools (pencil,...)) and in the digital (e.g.
> graphtablet below the paper) world.
> they are used to draw in the analog world, and should not be forced to
> adapt new technolgies.
> any ideas? for small budgets???
> fmgas.dfr
> IOhannes
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