Another exciting announcement from the Adobe MAX first day keynote was Adobe’s explorations into cloud enabled hardware for creative processes. Adobe announced two exciting new pieces of creative hardware: Project Mighty and Project Napoleon.
Project Mighty is a pressure sensitive pen that enables expressive drawing. However, it’s not *just* a pressure sensitive stylus/pen. Project Mighty knows who you are, and is connected to Creative Cloud to enables quick access to your personalized Kuler themes, and a cloud-clipboard for copying assets across devices.
Project Napoleon is a tool designed to complement Project Mighty by bringing an analog experience back to the digital creation process. Project Napoleon is a drawing aid that enables the experience of a T-square or Triangle in the digital/tablet world.
You can check out both of these tools in action in this excerpt from the Adobe MAX day-one keynote:
I strongly suggest checking out the Adobe Featured Blog to learn more about both Project Mighty and Project Napoleon. You can also sign up to be notified and learn more about Adobe’s explorations into cloud enabled hardware at http://xdce.adobe.com/mighty/