Harold Sipe has worked on top tier mobile, casual and social game titles. He has acted as the creative vision holder and project manager for games produced in partnership with such licensors as Paramount Pictures, National Geographic, Lifetime TV and others.
His first graphic novel, SCREAMLAND from Image Comics, was selected for honorable mention in Publisher’s Weekly Critic’s Round-Up, named best horror comic of the year by Fangoria Magazine and best satire by Wizard Magazine.
While there are many third-party capacitive pens for the iPad on the market, none are as precise as pressure-sensitive models like the ones Samsung Galaxy Note aficionados have enjoyed for some time. Enter the Pogo Connect, which is described as the world’s first pressure-sensitive Bluetooth 4.0 iPad stylus. Brought to you by Ten One Design, the Pogo Connect was originally codenamed “Project Blue Tiger” back in March. The benefits of Bluetooth seem to be key here, as it offers full pressure sensitivity thanks to a “Crescendo Sensor” technology that works at multiple angles and without calibration. You also get palm rejection capabilities so the page doesn’t get smudged from your hand resting on the surface. The pen has a removable magnetic tip, leaving room for interchangeable tips in the future. (via Ten One ships $80 Pogo Connect, a pressure-sensitive Bluetooth 4.0 stylus for iPad — Engadget)