Ladies and gentlemen, let's clarify our definition here: Unlike iPad, Kindle Fire or Nook, the Wacom tablet is not your normal tablet.
They don't work hard either--
They are video cards (
Also called Pen Board)
, Equipment commonly used in the graphic design industry or digital artists, allowing a person to draw by hand to capture images or graphics in digital form.
The information is displayed on the monitor of the connected PC or Mac.
It sounds a bit complicated, but imagine: when you're working on a computer, fantasy lets you draw a picture of a cartoon chicken eating broccoli. (
Graffiti is meaningless. )
You use the pen and paper next to you.
After sitting there for a day or so, it's gone --
Your artistic genius is slowly rotting in the garbage dump, but it has never been recognized. Unacceptable.
The Wacom tablet consists of many different models, which we will detail in this article, designed to allow you to do digital graffiti directly on your computer (
In more important tasks).
Basically, they are the technical match between the computer mouse and the pencil and the computer monitor and the University --ruled notebook.
Not a perfect analogy.
But graphic designers, artists, illustrators, and many other amateurs and professionals need a device that allows them to do it.
A work of painting or their digital image that is digitized is old-fashioned hand.
Wacom tablet technology than click-and-
The pen or stylus that comes with the tablet can communicate more effectively. Its pressure-
A sensitive system allows you to determine how thick or thin a line should be, and it instantly captures handwritten symbols.
The tablet communicates with the pen, and when adjusting on the screen, draws its position in microseconds.
Graphic designers can benefit from the convenience of converting concepts into digital reality.
Photographers may want to be able to manipulate images with their hands more carefully.
Almost everyone thinks it's cool to have their hands
Written notes or graffiti will appear on their computer, which is the time to use a pen to paper.