It’s a smart company these days with a vision to add 3D printing as an option to mobile digital design tools. As technology becomes more affordable with a wealth of options, and innovation and inspiration flourish through an open source community of makers, designers are having too much fun and watching too many doors open with the 3D printing to ignore it.
3D printing is capable of bringing a design to life, offering a fulfilling reward to the creator. FXGear is an experienced company in providing graphics software and technology to engineers and designers. Involved in everything visual, including games, they listen to their customers and their needs for innovation tools, whether in terms of graphics and details or platforms and techniques used. in charge.
FXGear has just announced that Pensoul, A new vector engine-based touch graphics and sketching application will provide an option for those interested and committed to 3D design and 3D printing. As we become a society less and less attached to hard drives, landlines, and any set of four walls, more and more technology is moving towards “on-the-go” design applications that can be used whether you’re at the airport, waiting in line for a coffee somewhere, or lying on a beach sipping on an umbrella. Pensoul aims to enable the engineer, designer and hobbyist to create in the moment and pursue a project to completion.
Pensoul looks like a lot of fun and an app worth checking out. The app’s vector engine, which was co-developed with Samsung Electronics, allows Android smartphone users to do something as simple as taking notes or drawing highly detailed sketches. Powerful graphics can be inserted into anything and then showcased for social sharing as well. With up to a million times magnification, users can do very detailed work and design for suggested items such as:
- Reading Notes
- photo albums
With the exciting opportunity to turn so many different creative ideas from multiple design platforms into a 3D printed object or prototype, the app should appeal to a wide range of innovators. Users can work in the app by swiping or using a stylus, giving them flexibility whether they’re in a hurry or have time to focus on more complex work and design. The option to rewind, revise and edit with the “time slider” is a complete feature for a design app that someone could use on their phone or tablet while away from home or in the office. It is very important that the work can be shared with others for collaboration on professional or personal projects, with a work history kept. Work can be shared and published both in the app and online.
“Our latest mobile graphics engine gives users creative freedom to draw and imagine as big as they want and share with the community site Pensoul, which will launch in early February,” said Chang Hwan Lee, CEO of FXGear. “With Pensoul, we’re making it easier for graphic design professionals and enthusiasts to create graphics and take notes on the go. From start to finish, we want to empower our users by giving them an innovative tool to handy to perfect their craft and share it with the world.
The application is geared towards the Android platform and is free in the Google Play store. Currently, those with Android smartphones have the ability to design in 2D and take it to the next level with 3D design and 3D printing, with a wide range of materials and 3D printers available to complete a project. 3D printing is becoming more than just an option in the world of digital design; it becomes a must.
FXGear, established in 2004 as a software development company, is based in Seoul, South Korea. Over the years, as they have evolved and expanded their technology, their research and development team has grown very strong and expanded into the areas of virtual technology and mobile graphics. Pensoul was co-developed with Samsung Electronics and its vector engine note app won an “App Award Korea 2014”.
Have you tried the Pensoul app? What types of graphic design applications have you used successfully? Share with us on the Pensoul Graphics App to Offer 3D Printing forum at 3DPB.com.
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