Ink Space – Experimental drawing tool and Rhonda tribute

Created by Zach Lieberman and part of the Android Experiments initiative, Ink Space is a experimental drawing tool which uses the accelerometer on your Android device to manipulate your drawings in 3D.

The app builds on the long history of exploring new methods of drawings on the computer, a special interest Zach has been investigating both in his practice and through his teaching. Using the mechanics of Amit Pitaru's Rhonda (the later versions of which Zach helped with) and with kudos to Matt Deslaurier's article "drawing lines is hard"Ink Space allows you to create an animated line which pulses and re-draws itself (see Yellow Tail). These can be recorded and converted into an Animated Gif and shared publicly.

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