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Young artist picks Surface and Pen as his only game design medium
Surface Pro and a Surface pen is the only medium a Seattle art student uses to create sophisticated and in-demand video game character designs. Here's how the pen and ink capabilities of Windows, and their use in the Surface, is launching Marvin Seo's career.READ MORE
With innovative and responsive Windows Ink technology—your pen flows as fast as your ideas. 1. NEW Really smart notes. Write a flight number and up comes the flight status, or jot an address and Maps will find the best route. Tap your creative potential.
Windows Ink Workspace works with Cortana to make Sticky Notes even more useful. Jot down reminders, doodle away, or note your next big idea. Make a new Sticky Note by selecting Add Note , drag it around your screen, and change its size and color by selecting More.
Here, we demonstrate how to use the Windows Ink analysis engine (Windows.UI.Input.Inking.Analysis) to classify, analyze, and recognize a set of free-form strokes on an InkCanvas as either text or shapes. (In addition to text and shape recognition, ink analysis can also be used to recognize document structure, bullet lists, and generic drawings.)
Bamboo ink: Enjoy new and smart ways to capture and advance your ideas with an intuitive stylus. It’s also optimized for Windows Ink. START ON PAPER WITH A BAMBOO SMARTPAD Prefer to start on real paper? Capture your ideas with pen on paper on the new Bamboo Folio or Slate by Wacom and digitally shape and refine them later in Bamboo Paper.
Windows Ink combines natural handwriting with digital productivity in Windows 10. Use sketchpad, Sticky Notes, and screen sketch to jot down notes or sketch an idea with your digital pen. Windows Ink integrates with creator apps and Office documents.