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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

eBeam

Yet another vain attempt to use Dave Sager's eBeam device to record my whiteboard scribblings.

By now, this device is so old that it would probably be best to buy a new one. Yet I cannot get buying a newone approved, because nobody ever really used the old one. Sager got it working, but its usage peetered out. I have never been able to get it working at all on my laptops.

It's a pity. I would love to have a way of recording what is written on a physical whiteboard. At the moment, it looks like a photograph is the best way... although I would love to record the time series.

1 comment:

JohnKStevenson said...

Have you seen the IBID electronic whiteboard? Company long gone, search ebay. they read pressure and send serial.