Digital Whiteboarding: How to Brainstorm Virtually

Sure…most meetings can be an email. But there’s one type of meeting that requires face-to-face interaction: the brainstorm. While working from home, brainstorming still needs to happen. It’s a break from the tedium of PowerPoint and it’s an opportunity to give our creativity a place to expand. So what do you need to brainstorm virtually? Most video conferencing apps, including Zoom and Microsoft Teams have a whiteboarding feature. But you need ...

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Creatives at Home: Which Wacom is Best for Working from Home?

The Wacom crew is a lucky bunch: we get to work with you fabulous artists every day. And we also do a fair bit of working remotely, whether that’s from home or from various secret spots in the actual office. All of us carry a Wacom device with us wherever we go so we have several years of experience when it comes to which tablet is the best for working ...

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Online-Classroom: How to use Wacom One and OneNote for remote teaching

Solutions for remote teaching and e-learning are in high demand. Because of the Corona virus, schools and teachers are now challenged to develop ideas on how to teach digitally from home. Readily available software tools, like OneNote, can be a great help to create teaching materials, distribute worksheets to students and exchange documents with fellow teachers online. And in combination with a graphics tablet like the Wacom One, teachers can ...

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Online-Classroom: Easy solutions for E-Learning and Remote Teaching from Home

With many schools closed or about to close, teachers, parents, and students are looking for quick and easy to implement solutions for e-learning and remote teaching. Here are some ideas to bring classes back online using readily available software tools and platforms, including Skype, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Office and OpenBoard, a free digital whiteboard software. And we will show how pen tablets and displays like the Wacom One can be ...

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Working, learning, teaching and creating with Wacom at Home

Covid-19 has put many of us in a new and unusual situation. We are challenged to adjust to changing rules and develop new habits to prevent us and others from harm. These measures are affecting our daily lives and raise many questions around work and school. Many companies encourage employees to work from home. Schools are closed, challenging teachers and students to find new ways to teach or learn from ...

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Manga meets the New Wacom One ✨

  Our most affordable display so far has not been off the radar for some of the major digital artists out there. Let us take you into the views of people whom we trust and look up to, and remember... creativity is the key to explore new and unexplored worlds. Go and get it! One of our favourite manga artists is: Sabrina Bouchami. , she is super talented and an avis creator of Digital and ...

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Alex Solis – Next Level Creativity!

      We just love the style of Alex Solis! His irreverent and colorful adventures, linked to a very intelligent and unique way to express (and connect) concepts, is what makes him great.       Art has been a passion of mine all my life, I'm creating or working on some type or art everyday, even when I rest or take a day off, I sit and doodle something even if it's only a few ...

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5 Facts About Wacom that you must know

5 Facts About Wacom If you have ever tried a Wacom tablet for digital drawing or painting in Photoshop or any other graphic program you know its more than great and if your answer is no, now its time to start exploring new horizons which will definitely improve your workflow  in the long run as a creative or digital artist. There are some facts you cannot deny when you compare your ...

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Professional products for Professional people: a brief history of Wacom

In Wacom, we are always aiming to bring you the best and most premium quality products regarding Tables and Creative Displays. It is our mission to be the tool to express your ideas. In fact, it all starts with an idea. Just like this: 1984.   The American headquarters are located in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon, and those for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) in Düsseldorf, Germany. Wacom is a Japanese portmanteau: Wa for "harmony", "circle" or "Japan" and Com shortened ...

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Why is Relicts one of the best horror short films in the world?

Hi end creations, excellent textures, spot-on composition, submersive atmospheres, hyper-realistic sceneries, great rendering, obsesive atenttion to details, and the list could go on, and on... Take a look at some of the work it takes to create a high-end short film like this:   "Relicts" is a 3D animated horror short film, a dark story set in a remote village lost somewhere deep in snowbound woods. It follows a day of a ...

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