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SYTH

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A digital tool that inspires analog thinking

SYTH (Synapse Path) is a pen and platform that connect the real world to the digital. SYTH helps you to express and organise your thoughts in an analog format then builds them in virtual space through application of an accelerometer, bluetooth and optical character recognition technologies. SYTH provides a means for handwriting, drawing and other pre-digital activities that can be easily transferred into a digital workspace generated by the user.

Sungwhoon Cho

  • Sungwhoon Cho
    Royal College of Art

    London based design engineer. -BSC/MSC- Seoul National University in Korea: Mechanical engineering and CAD/CAM engineering -MA/MSC -Royal College of Art, Imperial College London : Innovation Design Engineering -Career: Samsung Electronics (2009~2013)more

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