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10/11/2013

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The iSketchnote iPad cover digitizes anything written on a plain piece of paper (right) and duplicates it on the iPad screen (left).
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The iSketchnote iPad cover digitizes anything written on a plain piece of paper (right) and duplicates it on the iPad screen (left). SOURCE: iSketchnote

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junko.yoshida   10/12/2013 5:49:05 AM
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This is a cool product. Obviously, the story talks about its applications for engineering use...but what about for artistic sketches? (I don't draw schematics, but I do draw people, buildings and landscapes.) Will this work for that?

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