Tuesday, 10 July 2012 10:47

The New Cintiq 24HD touch has been released!

To offer users an immersive experience and a more intuitive and natural way to work, the new Cintiq 24HD touch combines multi-touch with Wacom’s renowned pen technology. The Cintiq 24HD touch closely replicates the experience of working with two hands when using traditional materials such as paints, markers and clay while giving the artist powerful capabilities that only exist in today’s creative software applications. “Increasingly, as creative software incorporates multi-touch interaction and gesture support, the Cintiq 24HD touch provides a natural input experience for all related activities including concept sketching, illustration and especially 3D activities such as sculpting, modeling and animation,” says Guido Möller, product manager professional brands. “The ability to manipulate a 3D model or pan, zoom and rotate an image with one hand while simultaneously sculpting or sketching with the other delivers a completely natural experience, enabling artists to stay completely in their creative zone.”

Support for Wacom′s advanced multi-touch is available in Corel®’s latest Painter™ 12.2 update and provides a harmonious digital painting experience to artists. "With the introduction of multi-touch, Wacom has created a highly evolved environment for Corel Painter users to work with the power of digital tools but in a completely natural and intuitive way. Multi-touch allows users to directly manipulate their work by spinning, pinching and moving it around, instead of searching for buttons or quick keys to perform the same actions," said Nick Davies, executive vice president of graphics and productivity at Corel.

Professionals with colour critical workflows, such as photographers, graphic designers, video and film editors as well as animators and game developers will benefit from the life-like colour quality of the Cintiq 24HD touch which displays 1.07 billion colours and 97 percent of Adobe′s colour gamut. “For many creative workflows, the calibration of colour for the entire project is a necessity,” continues Guido Möller. “Given the colour gamut of the Cintiq 24HD touch, artists can be certain that the colours they see while working on the Cintiq can be calibrated to match the printing or other output phases of a project.”

As with the Cintiq 24HD, the Cintiq 24HD touch offers best-in-class ergonomics. Professionals working long hours will appreciate the counter-weighted stand that adjusts to their favorite positions for maximum comfort. For example, one can bring the display surface over the edge of the desk so that it rests comfortably just above the lap. The display can also be adjusted to more vertical, easel-like positions.

In addition, frequently used shortcut commands are available at the user′s fingertips through the application-specific, customisable ExpressKeys and Touch Rings of the Cintiq 24HD touch. Employing these shortcuts can save valuable time by minimising keyboard dependency.

 

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Source: Wacom

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