This video shows how you can create two- and three-dimensional space on the TactiPad by using rubber bands placed diagonally around the frame of the GraphGrid.
With the GraphGrid comes a new drawing tool that can be used to draw trigonometric functions, as is explained in the following video.
By placing the GraphGrid on the TactiPad, you create a flexible grid that can be used for playing games, keepinig the score or learning to count. This video shows how this works.
This video shows the characteristics of the GraphGrid, the accompanying drawing tool and how it can be placed on the TactiPad drawing board.
By making different cardboard templates you can draw elegant repeating and overlapping patterns. This video shows how the small triangle can be used as a reference to make your own templates.
When the notches around the outside of the CircleFrame are combined with rubber bands, you can a grid of radial lines as guidelines for your drawings, as can be seen in this video.
The largest of the three drawing tools that come with the CircleFrame consists of a triangle with different templates on all sides. This video shows how this tool can be combined with the CircleFrame to create interesting overlapping patterns.
This video shows the different ways in which the compasses can be used to make beautiful circular patterns or concentric circles within the CircleFrame.
Using the slots in the wedge-shaped tool you can easily draw the hands of a clock, as explained in this video.
This next video shows how the clearly defined tactile degrees indicators along the inner edge of the circle in the CircleFrame can be combined with the wedge-shaped tool to create accurate pie charts.