Indeed, you can use the Massless Pen much like you would any other designer's stylus, but things get a bit bizarre when you pick it up off the surface and manipulate the space in front of you. That's because the startup's product is also a tracked 6DoF VR controller, which users can utilize as a tool to manipulate, edit and further create. It utilizes its own tracking system, which can be mounted below hardware trackers used for VR headsets.
"I think the most important thing about this product is that it works in three-dimensions, but you don't have to use VR," CEO Jack Cohen tells TechCrunch. "You can just use it as a standard graphics tablet and you can use it to control 3D software on a monitor… This is a transitional period for everyone, so it's good to have that bridge that goes between them."