I wonder what happened to Microsoft's playing in the Digital Pen area? Featured 2 years ago was their invention which was supposed to use "regular ink, work with regular paper, and let users combine handwritten text and diagrams with digital content from reports, magazines, and Web pages."
Googling for 'Microsoft digital pen' these days bring up Logitech's io pen based on Anoto's technology as well as other anoto implementations, but where is this 'no special paper needed' pen from Microsoft?
Anders Jacobsen |
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