[ #Foundry #tfnews #madewithmischief ] The Foundry has announced the acquisition of company called...
Inspired by a consulting project she did with Disney Animation, Sarah created Mischief, a fun, easy-to-use pen-based sketching application for Mac and Windows. With its infinite canvas and infinite zoom, Mischief blends sophisticated underlying technology with an elegant, clean interface to create an experience like no other.
The technology, called Adaptively Sampled Distance Fields, was co-invented by Frisken and Ron Perry at the Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab in Kendall Square more than a decade ago. A few years ago, Frisken licensed back the technology, although Mitsubishi still owns the intellectual property, and started Mischief, which she though would be mainly used by professional digital artists and designers. You can check out the video demo below:
The Foundry acquires Mischief by CG Record
For just $25, you can be up and drawing on your very own infinite canvas.
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