Mental Canvas in the news! Graphics created with Mental Canvas were featured in today's New York Times digital edition. In the story, you can see the amazing World Cup goals by Ronaldo and Kroos from a new perspective.
Check out the article in the New York Times sports section.
Recently, the Mental Canvas team helped to create a spatial sketch for the website of the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale (Tsai CITY). Yale also did a quick Q and A with our founder, Julie Dorsey.
Check out the drawing and the interview on CITY's website here.
Have you ever wanted to interact with the Mental Canvas content you've seen on our webpage yourself? The Mental Canvas Player allows you to view and explore a drawing like you never could before. Immerse yourself in hand-drawn three-dimensional content that brings artists' sketches to life. Explore the world the artist imagined by playing an animation, or by moving around the scene and discovering compelling moments and ideas for yourself. You never know what could be waiting around a corner to surprise you.
All content in the Mental Canvas Player was created exclusively using the Mental Canvas authoring system. ...
“Mental Canvas pushes the boundaries of sketch, bringing an element of exploration that’s just not possible with pen and paper. This is a great example of hardware and software coming together to harness pen, touch and the new Surface Dial to help architects, designers and engineers bring their ideas to life in a more natural and personal way.” —Panos Panay, corporate vice president of devices at Microsoft
Transformative Drawing Software Lets Architects, Designers, Creatives, Illustrators and Scientists Sketch Visual Ideas in 3D; Launching on Microsoft Surface Devices in Late 2016
NEW YORK — Oct. 26, 2016 — Mental Canvas today unveiled a new graphic and media design system that pushes the boundaries of sketch beyond the constraints of pencil and paper. Mental Canvas allows creators to illustrate ideas and depict design concepts freely in virtual space without sacrificing the individuality of the artist’s style. Today, Mental Canvas released a Player app in the Windows Store that allows people to explore spatial drawings created using the Mental Canvas ...
We are pleased to announce that our app, The Other Side in 3D, will be hitting the App Store on August 13, 2015! The Other Side in 3D is the first example of our new graphical media that preserves the artist’s hand while offering expansive 3D capabilities.
For more information, see The Other Side's product page.