If you a fan of sketching and your ideas first get visualized with pencil and paper and are transferred on-screen later, this info is for you.
Moleskine has presented a new notebook for sketching that is connected to Adobe Creative Cloud and a mobile companion app to capture the drawings. The page markers in the corners of the notebook assist the pre-processing and the optimization of the image. The image is then synced to Adobe Creative Cloud in two different file formats (jpg and svg) and can be opened and edited in Adobe Photoshop CC or Adobe IllustratorCC for the final stages of the process. These tools and services are powered by the Adobe Creative SDK, a new software toolkit that allows companies to seamlessly connect their projects and services to Adobe Creative Cloud.
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This is not the first step for Moleskine to use innovative technologies. Last summer Moleskine has designed a new series of notebooks which work with Livescribe smartpens to capture and transfer notes and images from paper to a computer or mobile device, giving people the ability to access their ideas whenever they need them. Along with transferring their ideas from paper to screen, people can use Livescribe smartpens to record audio linked to their written notes, and can even tag and flag items simply by tapping the on-page icons with the tip of the smartpen.
Livescribe’s latest model, the Livescribe 3 smartpen, connects to an iOS device via Bluetooth, sending each pen stroke in real time to the Livescribe+ companion app. Other available models include the Livescribe Sky wifi smartpen, which sends notes and synced audio direct to Evernote via wifi, and the Echo smartpen, which uploads notes and audio to a computer or laptop via wired USB connection. All Livescribe smartpens will work with the Moleskine notebook as soon as any available software updates are installed.