At its MAX event in May this year, Adobe revealed that it was experimenting with hardware in the form of ‘Project Mighty’ – an Internet-connected stylus, and ‘Project Napoleon’, an accompanying digital ruler. Now the firm has announced that these two devices have graduated from experiments to full-blown products that will be released in the first half of 2014. The pressure-sensitive, Bluetooth LE-equipped Project Mighty ‘cloud pen’ is designed to work with the iPad, and while you can use it as a normal stylus with any drawing app, special Adobe software will be available that will allow it to perform to its full potential, with Creative Cloud integration to save your work to use elsewhere, and copy/paste functionality. Adobe is teaming up with Adonit to produce Mighty, which sports a twisted aluminium shell that’s designed for comfortable usage while you’re drawing. Read the full story at The Next Web.