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Wacom Ink Layer Language - Wacom introduces an Ink Layer Language that's a leading standard in digital inking technology.

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Wacom has today introduced WILL - the Wacom Ink Layer Language.

Wacom logoWacom says: "Today's smartphones and tablets are starting to support note-taking and digital inking. However, they are still limited by OS, application platform and hardware boundaries. What we need is a universal and open standard for digital inking which will allow users to work across OS, hardware platforms and Cloud services. WILL is the initiative to create a seamless digital inking experience across every mobile device and ecosystem...WILL is a logical step for Wacom to expand its commitment for creativity from the realm of digital expression to creative ideation. "

WILL offers a new universal standard that creates a better ink experience. It guarantees cross compatibility of ink data that enables users to freely communicate and collaborate across hardware, ecosystems and the Cloud.

WILL is delivered by Wacom to partners as a Software Developer's Kit (SDK) to integrate into their hardware or software, ecosystem or enterprise infrastructure – enabling everyone to speak the same universal inking language. WILL will also come with an ink engine with a variety of graphical tools and features that will run consistently on most existing platforms. Its innovative ink data format is an abstract language that describes strokes independent from any particular input technology. WILL contains a set of development Application Programming Interfaces (API), to make use of hardware features. 

WILL is open to different input technologies including finger touch, various Wacom pens, as well as third-party pen technologies. Upcoming Wacom technologies will also include WILL support as an integral part of their feature set. 

For more information on Wacom products, visit the Wacom website. 







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