A sketchpad designed for any augmented-reality device could change how you draw out your thoughts.

Pretty much any creative knows the terror of a blank page, whether analog or digital, and the difficulty of sketching out only the salient parts of an idea without neglecting how it fits into the landscape around it. What if, for once, your canvas wasn't just a blank, white space but the real, rich, spatial world? Enter Gravity, proof that AR has matured beyond just a way for people to consume pretty 3D content. It's also a way for them to get the expansive, sophisticated visions in their heads into the world, where other people can see them.

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