If you find the current range of stylus’s available for the iPad restricts your artistic creativity while using your iPad. You might be pleased to know that Don Lee has created a more natural painting stylus for the iPad in the shape of the Nomad Brush.
The Nonad Brush has been created to work just like any other capacitive touch-screen stylus, however the Nomad’s conductive tip is made from fine bristles, rather than foam or rubber. To supposedly create a more natural way to paint in iPad applications, watch the promo video after the jump, but unfortunately it doesn’t show much of the actual brush in use.
Even after watching he video I’m still a little unsure how well the new Monad Brush would work on the iPad screen that has no pressure sensitive range at the moment and many artists use a wide variety of brushes while painting. But actually using the Nomad Brush might be a completely different experience.
If you are interested in give the Nomad Brush a go it will be arriving in February, no price has been released as yet.
Via Gadget LabFiled Under: Apple iPad