smart Designs forfour Car16 Mar, 2004 By: Cadalyst Staff
smart, a DaimlerChrysler subsidiary, designed its first four-seater, the forfour, which will launch this spring.
Figure 1. Smart designer uses StudioTools with Wacom's Cintiq 18SX Interactive Pen.
Using Wacom's pressure-sensitive pen with Alias StudioTools software, users can choose among different pressure-sensitive painting and drawing tools such as a marker, pencil, and airbrush. StudioTools also offers an integrated paint function that can be used with the pen.
Different parts of the smart fourfor car were designed in detail. Designers were able to bring their own creative imaginations to the sketches in the same way they did when working on a traditional drawing table. For example, using the arm-rest between the front seats can be stowed backwards and turned on its axis for use either as a storage location or as a cup holder.
Figure 2. smart car designers used Alias StudioTools to design the four-door forfour smart car.
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