Inspiring Digital da Vincis with ‘The Art of Touch’
Nov. 10, 2011
Microsoft’s “The Art of Touch” project offers a digital palette and infinite canvas for artists of all ages to create and share art. The project was inspired by the Microsoft Touch Mouse family of products.

REDMOND, Wash. – Nov. 10, 2011 – Microsoft unfurled an infinite canvas across the Internet today, inviting artists of all ages to become digital da Vincis.

The company’s new “The Art of Touch” project offers anyone using a modern HTML5-capable browser a digital palette and canvas to create, save and share digital art. The Art of Touch site, ArtOfTouch.com, transforms a visitor’s mouse into a paintbrush; with a click, flick or swipe, visitors can paint their masterpiece, then show it off to friends.

The Art of Touch on Display
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Microsoft is inspiring artistic creativity through the launch of an international campaign called “The Art of Touch,” which provides a free digital toolset and canvas to easily create, save and share digital art.
The Project Begins
November 10, 2011
Microsoft is inspiring artistic creativity through the launch of an international campaign called “The Art of Touch,” which provides a free digital toolset and canvas to easily create, save and share digital art.
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