Features Brandon Rumsey, bassoon, and Alyssa Aska, Wacom tablet. Performed at Future Music Oregon May 8, 2010. Composed by Alyssa Aska
Muro is one of the first of a new breed of drawing and painting tools/applications that comes from ‘the cloud’ and is taking the art community by storm. (pardon the pun!) Muro works directly with Wacom’s pressure sensitive pen tablets through the web browser. I was very excited to be in Hollywood for the launch of Muro and DeviantART’s 10th Birthday party. I will continue to bring news and updates on Muro to ArtofWa as I find them. Thanks Angelo (DeviantART’s CEO) you’re a legend mate.
You can see more of my good friend Michael and the Microsoft Kinect demos from TechEd 2010 in the Expressive NUI – Interaction (Archive) menu at the top and left of the screen.
A collection of my observations from Siggraph 2010 in LA last month. Expressive – Natural User Interfaces, PhD papers and other cool stuff check it out.
Recently I had the pleasure of talking to Russell Brown (Sr Creative Director at Adobe) about Photoshop CS5 and the new Expressive Brushes that support all the expressive attributes of Wacom professional pen tablets. For more zany stuff from Russell go to the interviews at the left of the screen.
Recently I had the chance to chat with Duncan Brinsmead, Principal Scientist at Autodesk about his work developing Paint Effects in Maya that supports pressure sensitivity in all the brushes with Wacom pen tablets. When thinking expressive brushes in a 3D application things get pretty interesting very fast.
For more great stuff from Duncan go to the interviews at the left of the screen.
Recently I had the chance to sit down with Bill Buxton the Principal Researcher for Microsoft and ask him some questions about Expressive – Natural User Interface (NUI) developments. For more good stuff from Bill Buxton go to the interviews to the left of the screen.