A man takes the subway. Inside his brain, a countdown clock hits zero and a little person prepares for lift-off. The man sneezes. Ok, just watch.
50 Bayard Street, Apt. PH1
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York
$3,300,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 2.5 Bathrooms | Approx. 2,396 sq. ft.
48 floor to ceiling windows-an entire floor penthouse! Bright and lofty with abundant natural light, you’ll find this 2 bedroom 2.5 bath home with the best park and Manhattan views Williamsburg has to offer. Enjoy views for miles that encompass the entire skyline, all of NYC’s bridges and the emerald green of McCarren Park. Step off the private keyed elevator into airy living and dining area, complete with gas fireplace and access to one of four balconies, where you can enjoy many a sunrise & sunset.
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Its not just a neat stylus and ruler. If Adobes new tools are a hit, Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects change forever.
I draw a perfectly straight line on my iPad. Then I bisect it at a true 90 degrees. I draw triangles and circles and squares until the screen is cacophony of pristine shapes.
I’m using Adobe’s new hardware—a stylus called Ink and a ruler called Slide, which are available as a pair for $200 today. Born from an unfunded, skunkworks project within Adobe’s walls, the company teamed with Ammunition—the same design firm behind Beats—to craft this aluminum hardware that teases the future of the company and how all of us will create digital media tomorrow.
“Our interaction methods are pretty long in the tooth. The mouse and keyboard are growing ancient. A lot of things we did were innovations 20 years ago. Now they’re habituations,” admits Michael Gough, vice president of Experience Design, Adobe. “We’re used to using that control key. Was that the best way we could expose that experience? Probably not.”