Wacom Showed Me the First Good Reason to Buy the Magic Leap Hype
Fields as diverse as video game development, visual effects, and industrial design all rely on 3D software, but the tools used to make it remain firmly stuck in two-dimensions. For the past few years, Magic Leap’s mixed reality goggles have been heralded as the missing link between the digital 3D world and the real one we live in, but it’s Wacom who’s working on turning the hardware into a next-generation creative tool, and not just another expensive way to play games.
Magic Leap, Wacom Debut Prototype of Shared Design Tools | ETCentric
Wacom and Magic Leap, whose partnership was announced last October at the first L.E.A.P. developers’ conference, have debuted a prototype of their collaborative design tools. Two years in the making, the tools consist of a Magic Leap One headset connected to a Wacom Intuos Pro pen tablet. Designers use a separate Pro Pen 3D stylus to control content on a Spacebridge platform that streams 3D Read More
Wacom and Magic Leap are creating an optimistic vision of the future of productivity
At CES, Wacom and Magic Leap demonstrated a prototype of its Spacebridge application, which uses Magic Leap headsets connected to Wacom Intuos Pro pen tablets to control design workflows.
What is the difference between 3D animation, CG and CGI?
CGI stands for “Computer Generated Imagery”. It refers to the ability of a computer to take some form of data (usually in the form of 3D assets) and “generate” a realistic (or abstract) looking image. In other words, it’s the rendering process — y...