I would like to use InkScape to draw some stuff on my Pandora when I get it. Possibly to create some assets for that Citadel game.
I've seen Wacom have a screen that can be drawn on, but I don't know if the screen was resistive. Plus the size of the screen might be a problem as well.
The screen should be 3.7" wide and 2.2" high, it might be just large enough to actually get something done on it, I would think think with inkscape the drawing process should be easier with certain 'helper' tools. Stuff that helps curve a line and such.
Has anyone drawn on a resistive touch screen with a full features drawing app like InkScape?
In response to the Wacom screen, the product line you refer to is the Cintiq line. They are essentially monitors with a penabled surface underneath them, and a protective surface above. These screens are actually not touch screen at all, and only work with the specialized Wacom pens. The difference in screens like the Pandora's and Cintiqs are about 1,000 levels of pressure sensitivity, support for buttons on the actual pen (stylus) and sensing things like barrel rotation, tilt and so on. I don't know If I can see editing vectors on the Pandora, raster painting would work well (I enjoy using !ColorsDS on my Nintendo DS, wich has a similar touch screen)
I would be totally open to trying InkScape on the Pando, but I think size and accuracy of the touch screen are going to be an issue, maybe if the physical controls on the unit are precise enough it will be possible. I also look forward to using Gimp or a ported version of !Colors as the developer is willing to release the source (hint, hint).