New Gravity tablet makes 3D drawing easy
Invented by a group of students from London’s Royal College of Art, the Gravity tablet makes 3D drawing as easy as sketching on a loose sheet.
The virtual reality tool allows designers to sketch in 3D by connecting to any augmented reality headset, and includes a stylus and tablet.
The students who worked on the tablet include Guillaume Couche, Daniela Paredes Fuentes, Pierre Paslier and Oluwaseyi Sosanya.
“Gravity was developed specifically for creatives,” said the designers. “We designed it to be simple enough so it could be used by everybody without prior explanation. It makes creating shapes as easy as doodling on a piece of paper.”
The Gravity tablet allows students to draw in 3D without a screen or computer.
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