Aesthetics and ergonomics are ingrained in Scriba’s design, making it so much more than just a stylish accessory. Designed around the natural movements of the hand and made from tactile, lightweight material, it feels nothing less than great to use.
Scriba’s flexible body bends in response to your every touch. With innovative new “Squeeze-Motion” technology, you can control functions like line weight, or access short cuts right from the hand, without the need to scroll through menus, or constantly change settings and brush sizes.
Enhancing the convenience and navigation of in app short cuts, Scriba features breakthrough haptic feedback technology. Scriba provides real-time feedback with a gentle vibration under your fingertips, giving you an easy and efficient creative experience.
With 200 hours of battery and 6 months on standby, Scriba has ten times more battery life than any other active stylus.
As an architect, David Craig was responsible for a number of high profile projects, including the competition winning design for the U2 Tower. Following the slow down in construction in Ireland, he looked elsewhere for a new challenge. A regular user of digital tools in design, he observed that traditional styli were little more than digitised versions of pens and pencils, and saw an opportunity for a new type of tool. A digital stylus designed around the user, which would place them at the centre of the creative process. The result is Scriba, the world’s most innovative digital stylus.