Bamboo SparkĎs most requested app feature is now available to download. Beginning today, Bamboo Spark supports handwriting to text conversion, giving users the ability to write on paper, save their work to the cloud, and then convert their handwriting into convenient standard text files. Itís just one more way Bamboo Spark continues to deliver the best pen-to-paper-to-digital experience.
The Bamboo Spark is a great tool to enhance your every day note taking. We have asked four entrepreneurs to try out the Bamboo Spark for themselves and asked them how the device would fit in their workflow.
Weíve all been there before. Youíve got a great group of friends, but thereís this one with a partner no one can really stand. Then one day, your friend comes to senses and the dude is out of the picture - well not actually - but fortunately, that is the focus of the tutorial.
Reflection and Ideation
John Gannon is an entrepreneur and thought leader who uses Bamboo Spark to capture his ideas each morning. Watch him work live in his co-working space Knotel in New York City where he takes his innovative ideas further.
In a new tutorial series from Manga University, Japanese mangaka Shiro demonstrates how to set up the application and get to work using its basic tools.
Surf and portrait photographer Chris Orwig aka ďThe Portrait WhispererĒ talks tools and technique and reveals his secrets.
What is Calm Technology and what are the benefits? Amber Case has been deeply integrated in technology since her first coding job at 14 years old. Today, she is known for many things: cyborg anthropologist, writer, speaker, product developer and author. So how does someone with such a large social footprint navigate her digital life to optimize smart technology without getting distracted by peripheral interactions? By using Calm Technology.
Make something. Share it with others. Be visual. With a Wacom pen tablet and your computer, youíll find all new ways of expressing yourself. And itís not just for artists, but anyone who has ever had an urge to put pen to paper and see what happens.
In this tutorial famous handletterer Inkymole aka Sarah J. Coleman shows how to create your own Christmas wrapping paper. We follow along her process from ideation on the Bamboo Spark and finishing it in Photoshop.