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The first pressure-sensitive, multi-touch input device. Morph enables users to interact with the digital world like never before.
The first pressure-sensitive, multi-touch input device. Morph enables users to interact with the digital world like never before.
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Palm Rejection Perfected

Posted by Sensel (Creator)
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Dear Backers (especially the artists!),

In case you've ever wanted to see our Palm Rejection in action -- here you go!  

We've made vast improvements in Palm Rejection since The Morph was first designed.  We tested what overlay thickness and material works best, as different thickness and hardness levels impact the Morph's ability to distinguish palm from pen, and have found the most effective combination.  

If you look closely enough, you can actually see a cluster of dots to the right of illustration appearing throughout the drawing process -- these show the detection, and simultaneous rejection, of the palm.

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Above you can see our Product Marketing Lead testing out her house-drawing skills on the Morph.  She is using a piece of paper and a regular colored pencil.  Not quite as beautiful as the art you'll make with it, but we tried.

All our best,

The Sensel Team 

Malachi de AElfweald, Julio, and 11 more people like this update.

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    1. Kathryn Mergener
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      Really nice as I do lean my palm in sometimes when I draw. Hope these come out as soon as possible I would love to work on storyboards in Photoshop and Toon Boom with this. Also then I don't have to trek over to use my school styluses in the evenings. :)