Over at Kickstarter, an interesting capacitive pen has been created again. After LunaTik Stylus Touch Pen, here come the Jaja Stylus Pen for iPad that user can actually put pressure on their drawing!
Jaja Pressure Stylus pen is invented by a smart Australian John Atherton. His Jaja stylus pen is really stand out, not because of the design, but because of the feature that looks intriguing for tablet users.
Beside you can view where the tip of the pen land on the screen, you can easily enhance the drawing using the pressure sensitive tip, and there are two practical buttons built-in on the pen that you can summon instant menu to the screen.
Check out the following video for more details:
With the ii system the jaja stylus can communicate the pressure that a user pushes on the screen, it can effectively communicate “mouse” clicks to select menus, and it can simply change brushes, colors, fonts or tools all without needing to move far from the drawing space.
If you love this stylus pen, you can support John via his Kickstarter page by pledge some of your unused money.
[via Geeky Gadgets]