I just got a 3' x 4' (91 cm x 121 cm) whiteboard installed in my office. And I can't think of a single way to use it. Any ideas? [more inside]
What video camera and other equipment would be good for capturing a RSA Animate style whiteboard animation? I'm on a budget, so cheaper is better. [more inside]
My company bought me a (cheap) whiteboard, probably from Staples, for my office. It is 36 x 24 inches. I cannot get it to stay clean. I have tried several markers and the "best" so far is the Expo dry erase. I also have a spray bottle of Expo white board cleaner. The trouble is I cannot get the board to get really clean. A history of everything I've ever written on the board is still there, faintly. What products have you used that seem to work successfully? Any tips? Thanks!
I want to make YouTube videos of 2-3 minute text. The popular kinetic typography stuff and whiteboard stuff is eye-catching. But I have little video editing experience and suck at drawing. What is something simple I could use? [more inside]
I want to make a whiteboard animation without a camera -- i.e. an iPad, Android tablet or, if need be, a Wacom/PC combo. [more inside]
Looking for a 1-2 month whiteboard calendar where each week is a separate magnet. [more inside]
I'm looking for alternative whiteboard solutions (like Whiteyboard) from a Canadian retailer. Any thoughts on where I can get something? [more inside]
I'd love to turn a large area (3m by 1m) of my wall into effectively a whiteboard, by covering it in some kind of transparent film. What's the cheapest way of doing this? Essentially, I want something very similar to this but I can't use anything like paint, since I'm in university accommodation [more inside]
A friend of mine drew an illustration of my son on our office whiteboard. We are moving offices shortly, and I'd like this illustration preserved. [more inside]
Help me creatively count down! I have started keeping a countdown on the whiteboard on my door for the coming week, until break, etc. I want to keep doing it, but I need original ideas. [more inside]
I'm looking for a specific type of program. Brainstorming/note taking/tag cloud-esque Windows software, preferably allowing the user to enter short pieces of text then drag them around and link or group phrases or words together. A replacement for a physical whiteboard where short ideas would be jotted, reworked, and linked together haphazardly, where short phrases and words can be stored and inspiration gained from their juxtaposition. [more inside]
Are there any alternatives to PolyVision's Whiteboard Photo software? Perhaps something that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? [more inside]
Are any dry-erase whiteboard markers genuinely odorless (or close)? [more inside]
What's the best whiteboard software? Free would be nice, but not essential. [more inside]
WHATDIDYOUSAYFILTER? I LIVE IN A TWO-STORY HOUSE WITH A PARTNER WHO ALWAYS SHOUTS UP THE STAIRS RATHER THAN COMING UP TO TALK TO ME AND MY MUSIC IS ON AND THE DOOR IS CLOSED TO KEEP THE HEAT IN SO I CAN'T HEAR HER, OR THAT I'M MAYBE EVEN IN MY HEADPHONES. I need some advice/anecdotes on implementing a technical solution that will end the vocal capslock and make us both saner. [more inside]
My animation company is moving into our first real office and we want to make a very large "brainstorming wall" with a dry erase surface so that we can collaborate and share ideas more intuitively. [more inside]
What is the best way to design and construct a standing whiteboard? [more inside]
What are the finest white board markers a man can buy? [more inside]
I'm looking for a way to make a rather large outdoor whiteboard VISIBLE to all but editable only to a select few. (My hope had been to convert to an online 'whiteboard', but the idea was a bit too high-tech for some.) [more inside]
PaintFilter: For an art project, I'm looking to permanently paint a design on a whiteboard (a commercially bought whiteboard from Staples) such that the design is resistant to erasing, but people can write around the design with whiteboard markers. Problem is, we're clueless about paint! What kind of paint do we need? [more inside]
On the TV show ReGenesis, the scientists constantly scribble with markers on big, transparent boards — here's a clip, and here's another. I am guessing that they are using fluorescent wet-erase markers, perhaps in combination with a black-light lamp to make the paint visible in such low light. Where can I buy a setup like this?
>How can I have lots of whiteboard/dry-erase surface, without paying a lot, and without altering the walls/furniture of my apartment? [more inside]
Is there any way to improve the erasability of an old whiteboard? [more inside]
Can anybody recommend an interactive whiteboard package for an Australian primary school? [more inside]
I was in an office today where a window had been converted into a whiteboard by installing a translucent white film on the outside of the glass. Does anyone know what to ask for to get something like this? Bonus points if you can point to a supplier in Western Australia.
What's the deal with chalkboard schmutz? [more inside]
Online interactive whiteboards. Are there any alternatives to GE's imagination3.com (can't move things around, you have to erase the whole thing and start over), groupboard (I'm looking for a free one, not a demo that expires) or sharing a desktop and using powerpoint? What about FF extensions? Open source?
Teacherfilter: Our school has shiny new interactive whiteboards - fantastic, but we need to figure out what to do with them. I'm looking for (educational) games, applications and any bright ideas. Think of it as a big touch-screen PC and help us make learning more fun. [more inside]
Any good sources for decorative home whiteboard/push pin board combos? [more inside]
Every year, my K-12 school hosts a fundraiser for technology where we come up with wish lists and patrons give us stuff based on them. What should we ask for this year? [more inside]
Any input on whiteboard applications (I found Robin Good's guide)? I'm focusing more on the interactive, real-time online whiteboard (not necessarily application sharing which I know how to do with VNC).
DryEraseFilter. I bought a whiteboard at Ikea and after using some dry-erase markers on it, it does not erase. Now I have a whiteboard with half a grocery list and a doodle of a octopus-man that aren't going anywhere. I've tried all the household cleaners I have (bleach, vinegar, Fantastic, Windex) nothing's working. Any recommendations?