NVIDIA unveils technology to write on the screen using a special pen




NVIDIA unveils technology to write on the screen using a special pen
The company says that the new pen offers high accuracy resemblance to the accuracy of traditional writing

NVIDIA unveiled special pen Balhawwasb a tablet operating Bmaaljha the new Tegra 4 lets writing on the screens of these devices directly in a way she said it was similar to the natural way of writing, and features as well as low cost.

And reviewed by the Executive Director of the company, “Jen-Hsun Huang,” the new technology, which was launched by the name DirectStylus within exhibition “Kombiotix” is being held in Taiwan. The new pen works with the support of the IGP containing within Maaljha to provide treatment necessary for the work of the pen with high accuracy. The company said that it could use plain كقلم, where it can be used for writing of the party, and the survey of the counterparty.

According to NVIDIA can DirectStylus writing smoothly, where he keeps track of the movement detail as you move the pen to the computer screen tablet, the company said that the pen is working on the technology supports up to 300 sweeps per second, equivalent to five times the scan rate enjoyed by touch a frequency of 60 Hz.

The pen can distinguish pressure on the screen so which you can draw lines of different thicknesses, NVIDIA said that this is particularly useful for the Asian markets, where required draw some characters such as Chinese characters, different degrees of pressure per character. The company did not explain after the date of the arrival of the new pen to markets, but said that it could work on all computers tablet equipped with latest Bmaaljha.

It is noteworthy that Samsung offers a similar technique in its series of “Galaxy Note”, as they have been recently some companies such as Asus and Toshiba to put supports write directly on the screen using a special pens.
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