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    Pen table, really huge "cintiq"



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    just buy a touch screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sktrdie
    just buy a touch screen.
    Just buy a touch screen. Great advice.

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    So what do you think in price? Realistically? Like $50,000?

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    That's way to big to be efficient.

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    50000? for an Anoto pen, a projector and some software?

    I've found many times that people see this like a much bigger Cintiq, while it is little more than a very more common projector positioned overhead used in conjunction with a modified (via software) version of one of those pens that can record and reconize what you write and put it in your computer. The big problem is: when you get in front of the projected image, you block the image with your body and that's why it's been put horizontal instead of vertical or even a more confortable inclined plane.
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    Oh, so it's a projector... that makes it slightly less cool.

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    I saw this video (not this one a different one) and was going to post it here. I went to the "Lounge" and this thread was here. I was soooo pissed that someone beat me to it. Then I looked at it and found out this was something different.

    I just posted this:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...33#post1084133

    I think it's what many people looking at this wished this was. (no offence to you Olsen)

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    couldn't you use back projection for that? or maybe a lcd-tv with a glas layer over?
    it looks kind of cool yes...
    but i don't know if i want one though, the image quality don't seems to be to good.

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    nyx702, that one was amazing, just jaw dropping, but read it was back projection if somebody wants to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azza
    50000? for an Anoto pen, a projector and some software?

    I've found many times that people see this like a much bigger Cintiq, while it is little more than a very more common projector positioned overhead used in conjunction with a modified (via software) version of one of those pens that can record and reconize what you write and put it in your computer. The big problem is: when you get in front of the projected image, you block the image with your body and that's why it's been put horizontal instead of vertical or even a more confortable inclined plane.
    Actually, if this is similar to other technologies I've seen like this, the functionality isn't in the pen, but a camera. There's a camera that detects where the pen is and if it's touching the surface by its shadow. If it does work that way, back-projecting like Failoniir suggested wouldn't work, because blocking the projection is how it detects the pen.

    EDIT: Looks like they did use the Anoto pen. Which makes me wonder why they're projecting from above.

    It's not great for making art, but I would love to design a game for this system.



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    I don't get it. Bigger is not always better.
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    I could do some awesome paintovers with that!

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