Tabula Rasa introduces Jot! Live Sharing, a way for Jot users to collaborate on a shared whiteboard in real-time over the Internet with their iPad. Using Jot! is great way to record and communicate your ideas. But something special happens when you can collaborate immediately with someone far away. Now, collaborators of all types – teachers, programmers, inventors, builders, or parents – can share ideas using Jot! in real-time. Jot! users can whiteboard their ideas with others wherever they are.
Independent software engineer Oren Meiri today announces eWhiteboard 1.1 for iPhone. eWhiteboard turns any Mac/MS Windows PC with a projector into an Electronic Whiteboard. With the aid of a special marker, or LED keychain flashlight, the user controls the Mac/PC while standing in front of the projected desktop image. Using customized image processing technology, the app detects the LED light, and transmits the new location to the computer. The computer moves the mouse cursor accordingly.
While still unchallenged by other whiteboard applications, 39 Inc. decided to release a new version of SyncPad. This new version includes a brand new user interface, with a bigger drawing area, and the support for multi-page PDF – making it not only a great collaboration app, but also the perfect remote presentation tool. Now users can import entire PDF files, navigate through the pages with a new controller interface and sketch on those pages with the pen tool.
Avici Software, LLC today releases Whiteboard HD 1.0, a powerful visualization, collaboration and learning tool for the iPad. As a full-featured, interactive whiteboard, the app is perfect for corporate board rooms and work groups, classroom settings at all levels of education, training rooms for professional sports coaches, broadcasting studios and more. It’s easy to save and bookmark notes, images and diagrams in the apps project manager, then send out a copy of the groups work via email.