By Tom Dawson October 07,3: No matter whether or not you use an Android tablet for class while taking notes or you're just looking to use your phone to remember what someone is telling you, we all need to take notes every now and then.
It took a wholly different approach on all aspects of handwriting on tablets. Vector-Graphic Inking Other handwriting apps that we know e. Paper, Penultimate, … use the conventional method of applying a bitmap texture on strokes to simulate inking.
While it would have been easier for us to do this same by-the-book method, we hate the fact that when zoomed in, the ink gets pixelated and looks very ugly. Zoomed in with other apps. Zoomed in with INKredible. Instead, we spent 2 years working on an algorithm that manipulates Bezier curves directly to approximate handwriting strokes, taking account of writing speed and direction.
The result is incredible. Not only does the ink look realistic and beautiful in many different pen types, it retains its look at any resolution. You will see the difference when zooming in or on printouts produced by a high-resolution printer.
This vector-graphics inking also makes rotating, scaling, and moving handwriting much faster and less CPU-intensive. It provides a minimalistic toolbar which you can customize its location on top, bottom, left, right depending on your handwriting style.
We utilize every gesture possible on a tablet to de-emphasize the UI. The difference is, on paper the word is still there, leaving a mess, whereas it gets erased completely in INKredible.
You will have to get the app to find out more cool gestures. Palm Rejection Palm rejection has been a headache for handwriting apps on tablets. One solution is to use a special non-capacitive stylus that can tell stylus signals from capacitive palm touches.
Another solution is to have the user set their writing style in the app, so that if their palm normally stays below their writing, then only upper touches will register as handwriting strokes.
A serious drawback of this approach is that the stylus has to touch the screen before the palm does which is kind of awkward and unnatural ; otherwise, the palm will leave messy ink.
Morever, after being set, the writing position must be maintained at all times. This is impractical because one should be able to turn over and write vertically on an edge which is very common with pen on real paper. We take a different approach and detect palm touches based on an analysis of the structure of the human palm and wrist.
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Let’s take a look at the best stylus apps and S Pen apps for Android! Google's Handwriting Input app is a decent option. are under-the-hood items that include palm and wrist rejection, a.
Mar 20, · The app does not detect ANY scribbles from stylus or finger if my palm has made contact. Rather I get a horrible mess of stuff under my hand. The other half of the time as I write, my palm and hand move around to the point where I hit the soft-buttons on the bottom of the screen such as home, back and menu/alt+tab.
Jan 30, · Android Forums. Home Forums Android Discussion Android Apps & Games Handwriting App with palm rejection.
Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by ghost1, Jan 30, All I want is a handwriting app that will not screw up when I put my palm on the screen.