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First sketch with my LiveScribe pen


(the first few frames of this clip is a previous page in my notebook that I can't figure out how to remove from this preview, the sketching comes a second or two into the clip)

What you see is the public view of a sketch from my notebook, drawn with my new LiveScribe pen. The ghosted grey lines are the final drawing, and after hitting the PLAY button, you'll see green lines animated on as if they were tracing a drawing. Those green lines are my original pen strokes being played back in real time, along with the audio recorded during the session. I was lying in bed trying to put a stubbord 4.5 year old to bed, so I figured I'd use the time to test out my new pen.

Mostly you'll hear the sound of the pen nib on the paper, since the room was very quiet. This pen is incredibe!

While watching the playback, click anywhere on the lines of the drawings to skip to that moment in time when they were drawn.



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