Virtual Whiteboard tools
From: Nadejda Loumbeva, posted on 2009/03/03
I am asking this on behalf of a friend:
Would any of you know of a programme that allows you to draw and the image is then transferred to your computer screen which you can then save as a file? It would be something like those whiteboards that print but the computer would record the images instead of creating a print-out.
Imagine your mouse pad is a whiteboard. You draw on the whiteboard by hand and the image is transferred to the screen. The reason why Microsoft Paint won't work is because I need to record images quickly during dialogue. I'm also wondering if someone else can be linked to the process. For instance, when the image shows up on the screen, it will also show up on the screen of another user. I'm unsure whether I want it as a live tool so as I draw, the images are transferred instantly or the image needs to be uploaded after.
Thank you very much for any scoop you can give!
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