We had an internal art contest for our Social Initiatives and 3 artworks were selected for this year by the vote.
The theme was a “spark” that twinkles in each of our team members’ hearts. Our passions, hopes, or hard-core commitment for the company, our products, businesses, customers, users, and our future. Let us share the existence of the spark in our team members’ hearts with their artworks.
The first selected artwork is “That Spark Inside” by Simone Wolters.
Title: That Spark Inside
Artist: Simone Wolters
This could be you .
We would like to introduce the artworks by artists in Oiso Town, Kanagawa, Japan, where we have been working together to support the writing/drawing initiative.
The partnership with Oiso Town has developed into a city-wide initiative. We spoke with Tadakuni Tsubota of the Creative BU Retail Partnership about this initiative.
How do team members see Connected Ink? The next team member is Yohei Himori who is involved in the planning and operation of Connected Ink together with Heidi.
How do team members see Connected Ink? The first team member is Heidi Wang who has played a key role in the planning and operations when it all began in 2016.
We gave a marketing lecture for students who are learning to be engineers at the National Institute of Technology Tokyo College.
Every year, we take pen tablets that have been sitting in our warehouse and gift them to high school clubs and winners of high school art competitions to help students create digital contents.
"AI Ink for Education" was developed to capture eye movement information and pen movements while learning, in order to ascertain the characteristics of learning by each student and to create an educational environment suited to each student.
Yoana Simeonova, a software designer working in Bulgaria, introduced Wacom Intuos in a school to make children's IT classes more fun.
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