Remote and hybrid work environments for creatives are the new normal – and the future. Wacom has developed an innovative technology solution that radically improves working with professional pen tablets and pen displays on supported remote desktop connections.
Project Mercury is currently under limited preview for Mercury enabled partner systems. See below for current partners and access information.
Your creative team shouldn't be hindered by remote desktop limitations. With Project Mercury, your artists, designers, and developers can take full advantage of pen and touch input on both their local and remote machines. Switching between local and remote use of your pen is as easy as selecting an application window, no matter what size. Plus, if you run the same app locally and remotely, the application specific settings will automatically apply on both systems.
Creators will love a brand new feature, Mercury Inkline – an instant temporary line drawn on your screen to bridge the gap between the pen tip and the drawn line. It's the closest you'll see a line following your pen tip on a virtual system.
Project Mercury is currently under limited preview. License or subscription requirements depend on the supported Project Mercury enabled partner and are subject to change.
Project Mercury is currently in limited Preview testing for Project Mercury-enabled partner systems. If you are interested in testing this solution, contact your remote desktop service representative and ask about Project Mercury. Don’t see your provider on the list?