Microsoft has announced the Surface Studio, a 28-inch all-in-one computer optimized for the production of graphics. It has a touchscreen and rests on an adjustable hinge. The new computer features an accessory called the Surface Dial, an input device that lets you manipulate what you’re seeing. I would love to have one, but since it costs from $2,999 to $4,199, depending on how it’s configured, I never will.
The new Nikon D5600 DSLR features a 24 megapixel sensor and is is always in contact with you smart phone through blue tooth connectivity. It does not support 4K video recording, video enthusiasts. The price will be $990 with a 18-55 lens, and $1,230 with a 18-140 lens. Nikon has not announced when it will be available in the U. S.
This five week course will teach teachers how to create graphics in Adobe Illustrator. It is part of the Adobe Generation Professional series. It began on October 31 and ends on January 6, 2017.
Adobe is working on an app called VoCo that will let you edit voiceovers. It is also working on something called Project Stylit that will let users create digital art that looks like fine art. Finally, its new CloverVR is a virtual reality video editing application.
Syd Weiler has created 87 digital brushes you can download from this website:
An article from Adobe about poster artist Dan Stiles.
E-Ink has always been criticized for the quality of its color “print.” The company that makes E-Ink displays has just announced that it has solved this problem with its Advanced Color ePaper (ACeP).
Scientists in Russia have invented a colorless ink that produces multiple colors by altering the nanostructure of material when printing.
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