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Akai Professional MPC Studio takes tactile music control up a notch

Akai Professional MPC Studio takes tactile music control up a notch

A new music production system by the name of MPC Studio was revealed this week by Akai Professional. This device works with new MPC2 Desktop Software DAW for both PC and Mac computers and rolls with 16 "full-size" pressure and velocity sensitive pads. Each of these pads works with RGB backlighting and aftertouch tech. This device will be made available starting today - straight from the makers of said hardware.

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Anycubic Photon Ultra Kickstarts low-cost DLP 3D printer

Anycubic Photon Ultra Kickstarts low-cost DLP 3D printer

The Anycubic Photon Ultra is the company's first affordable desktop DLP 3D printer, and it's nearly hit Kickstarter. The Anycubic Photon Ultra was first revealed earlier this year as a teaser - now it's nearly September 14, the launch date for the device on the crowdfunding platform.

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ASUS ProArt Studiobook PRO 16 OLED leads creative pack with hardware dial

ASUS ProArt Studiobook PRO 16 OLED leads creative pack with hardware dial

ASUS revealed a collection of new laptops this week with creators in mind. Designers and illustrators that've used ASUS ScreenPad in any laptop over the past few years will find the expanded space and features appearing appealing with the latest release. Then there's the ASUS Dial, a real physical dial control that'll appear first in the high-end ASUS ProArt Studiobook Pro 16 OLED (and yes, the word "pro" is in that device's title twice).

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Elegoo Jupiter 12.8-inch 6K Mono LCD 3D printer eyes massive potential

Elegoo Jupiter 12.8-inch 6K Mono LCD 3D printer eyes massive potential

A Kickstarter campaign was announced for a new large-size LCD 3D printer from the folks at Elegoo. This company has had some serious success with low-cost, high-quality small-format LCD 3D printers over the past few years, now with the Jupiter, they're aiming to ramp things up a few notches. Where the Elegoo Mars Pro LCD 3D printer released by Elegoo is ideal for tiny action figures and miniatures, the new Jupiter makes the case for significantly bigger items.

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Behance subscriptions feature offers creators an alternative to Patreon

Behance subscriptions feature offers creators an alternative to Patreon

Behance, a platform for creative individuals to showcase their work and skills, has added a new subscription option that allows creators to earn money from followers in a manner similar to Patreon. Followers have the option of subscribing to a creator, while that creator can make special content available only to their subscribers.

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Formlabs Form 3 3D Printer Review

Formlabs Form 3 3D Printer Review

Over the past several weeks we've tested the Formlabs Form 3 3D printer. This printer can be compared to other SLA (stereolithography) 3D printers, but it works with a process that's advanced beyond the models we've reviewed in the past. The Form 3 works with Low Force Stereolithography, a process that allows this printer to create extremely detailed, consistent, smooth prints with minimal support. This printer is extremely easy to use and well worth the cost.

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ELEGOO Mars Pro Review – A tiny 3D printing titan

ELEGOO Mars Pro Review – A tiny 3D printing titan

This printer is tiny, but mighty. The printer works with the sort of printing technique that's both messier and far, far more accurate than the most basic sorts of 3D printers on the block. The Mars Pro is a MSLA 3D printer with UV photocuring resin, courtesy of a matrix UV LED array.

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Photoshop, Illustrator, Fresco updated with Invite to Edit

Photoshop, Illustrator, Fresco updated with Invite to Edit

Several key Adobe Creative Cloud apps, including Illustrator, Photoshop, and Fresco, were given significant updates this week. One key element updated and integrated into each of these apps was asynchronous editing, AKA a new feature called "Invite to Edit". With this feature, users will be able to work with asynchronous editing among friends and associates "on all surfaces." That includes desktop apps, iPad, and iPhone too - no Android mention as yet.

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LONGER LK5 Pro Review – 3D printer for prototyping with a little fiddling

LONGER LK5 Pro Review – 3D printer for prototyping with a little fiddling

The LONGER LK5 Pro is the sort of 3D printer you buy when you know how to troubleshoot. This device is a middle-ground between the pre-constructed, high-end, brand-name 3D printers that cost a lot, and the DIY 3D printers that are dirt cheap because you have to know exactly what you're doing right from the get-go.

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Wacom VR Pen revealed for cross-reality stylus action

Wacom VR Pen revealed for cross-reality stylus action

The Wacom VR Pen was revealed here at the tail end of 2020 with creative intent. This piece of equipment was created to work in a virtual reality environment, but also works on 2D surfaces, as it's made with much of the same tech as an otherwise non-VR Wacom stylus. This pen works with its own "independent tracking system that works with major Head-Mounted Displays."

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Peopoly Phenom XXL is far, far larger than your 3D printer

Peopoly Phenom XXL is far, far larger than your 3D printer

This week's most massive 3D printer made for consumers is the Peopoly Phenom XXL. Much like Phenom printers released in the last few years, this printer is large - but this one's even bigger than the most massive printer Phenom's made before. Peopoly saw that people enjoyed being able to 3D print objects on a large scale... so they dared to go bigger!

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Photoshop Subject Select with human hair finally, truly works

Photoshop Subject Select with human hair finally, truly works

Today Adobe updated a whole bunch of products, with a bunch of new features - but there's one that stands out in a BIG way. The Adobe Photoshop Subject Select function has been in play for a while now - but only now, here, with this latest update, can is really, truly select the hair of a human subject. It's one of the most difficult parts of any Photoshop user's experience, and certainly one of the most time-consuming activities a person can initiate. Adobe's just made the whole process work like a snap.

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