Acceleration control

Acceleration control refers to how well the writer can control the speed while writing. Moments of acceleration and deceleration are to be expected, especially at the beginning or end of the writing process and during direction changes. The goal is to manage these transitions smoothly and avoid undesirable fluctuations.

Poor speed control leads to more jerky movements. Good acceleration control helps in writing letters and words more evenly, promoting writing flow.

A prerequisite for this speed control is differentiated movement control and automated form reproduction.

The color describes the acceleration of the pen.
Red = sudden change
Blue = constant acceleration