Simulate Wacom Drawing Tablet WITHOUT screen display?
I’ve been searching high and low and don’t see an answer, so i’m assuming this doesn’t exist. Perhaps it would not work in real-life. Running Windows 10.
I don’t really have the need to use my iPad as a second display (Like the Duet app), but is anyone aware of a way to use an iPad with the Apple Pencil to “imitate” a traditional wacom tablet, with no display, where basically each point on the tablet corresponds to a point on the screen?
Putting duet in mirror mode sort-of accomplishes this, but doesn’t allow me to hover with the pencil to move the mouse, so I’m unable to know where the mouse is without looking at the tablet.
Has anybody seen a way to accomplish this? I’m running Windows 10. 🤷♂️
Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
As Gabe mentions below, the Apple pencil does not support the “hover” you get with Wacom or some other devices, making it impossible to use it without having a screen on it and looking directly at it.