Intelliwacom

Dark brown plastic, wood and brass metal.

Pressure sensitive Wacom tablet and a pen with a button. Paper inlays.

Dual analogs. 4+4 buttons.

Large top screen.



I remember having fun with Lock and Chase and Demon Attack.

9 comments:

Nikica said...

Really nice.

RADIX said...

Now THAT looks like something I could get behind.

andreas said...

hehe, looking good!
i really wonder how people are going to draw digitally in 15 years.

hm hm hm..
wasn't there supposed to be a bob rose game for the wii?
off to google!

andreas said...

eh.. bob ROSS

Linkeltje said...

Hey! I want that! When is it comming?

Anonymous said...

Actually this thing exist!, you just download COLORS! for NDS and voila, you have a wacom cintiq in your pocket!

Arne said...

The new Pandora handheld looks nice:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandora_%28console%29

Anonymous said...

The Nintendo DS has a pressure-sensitive screen. I don't think there are any games that actually use this (telling children to hit the screen HARDER to achieve something is not a good plan) but homebrew programs make good use of it.

It lacks the 'second button' of your design, but as you're likely holding it in your left hand you can just use the L trigger for that, and then whatever pen you want.

I should start bringing my DS to work again...

Katy Hargrove said...

Heeeeeelll yeah!