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For all MakerBot Replicator 3D printers. Includes MakerWare for Digitizer.
Featuring MakerBot Multiscan™ technology

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OpenBoard


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How to use remote access software

1. Download software for your PC or Mac computer from links above. Save Integrate AV Quick Support application on your computer (eg. desktop).

2. Launch application by double clicking on the icon. Click “Run” if prompted. The application window will appear.

3. Supply “Your ID” and “Password” to the tech support representative.

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ChalkBox

An annotation program for Habilience Optical Touchscreen users. A simple application to write, draw, erase and save for future use. There are three means of writing i.e. the pen, the marker, or the oriental brush. One can also change the color and the thickness of each pen, marker, or brush. Have tools to draw circles, rectangles, and triangles. An easy and useful application!

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Features
  • Pen
  • Marker
  • Brush
  • Eraser
  • Save Screen
  • Spotlight
  • Printing
  • Screens – allows the annotation on top of a video or flash application
Color

The middle section changes colors when one selects a pen, marker, or brush.

Erase

When one clicks on the eraser icon, the middle section changes to show the thickness of the eraser.

Tools

The bottom half of the ChalkBox window has four buttons. From left to right, clockwise, Redo/Undo, Blackboard, Tool Box and Screens.
Start drawing as soon as you launch the program by selecting Pen, Marker, or Oriental Brush. Go to the Screens icon so that one can see what is happening on screen while one writes; use the Magnifier feature to zoom into an image; Save or Print parts or the whole screen; or simply use the Virtual Keyboard to type in your favorite site, all with the use of one´s own fingers!

OpenBoard is an open source cross-platform teaching software for interactive whiteboard designed primarily for use in schools and universities. It can be used both with interactive whiteboards or in a dual-screen setup with a pen-tablet display and a beamer.

Where is it from ?

OpenBoard was originally forked from Open-Sankoré 2.0, which was itself based on Uniboard. This fork was created to refocus the software on its original core functionalities and values, that is the work of a teacher in a classroom, privileging the ease of use. The evolution of this software will therefore take place in accordance with these core principles.

Cross-platform

Supported platforms are Windows (7+), macOS (10.9+) and Linux (tested on 16.04).

Who is involved?

Currently, OpenBoard is maintained by the Education Department (DIP) of the canton of Geneva, in Switzerland. The University of Lausanne, who developped the original Uniboard software in 2003 has recently joined the effort by means of a logistical and financial contribution.

A meeting was held in June 2016 between representatives from the universities of Lausanne, Neuchâtel, Fribourg and Geneva, the departments of Education from the cantons of Geneva and Jura as well as various institutions from the canton of Vaud (Switzerland) to together reflect on the desired evolution of OpenBoard.

What’s next ?

Interest is growing fast across Switzerland but also in Europe and North America. A swiss law non-profit organisation should be created. This organisation would promote OpenBoard and its open source development and foster collaboration between interested parties. This in respect of the core principles which led to the creation of this fork, that is the refocusing on the work of a teacher in a classroom, privileging the ease of use.

What’s the Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7?

The Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7 is a collection of games and programs that you interact with using your fingers. To use these games and programs, you need either a laptop with a screen that supports multitouch or a desktop PC connected to a touchscreen that supports multitouch (including all-in-one PCs with touchscreens).

To find this capability, look for a laptop, all-in-one PC, or touchscreen with the Windows 7 logo that says it supports Windows Touch.

The Touch Pack comes preinstalled on some multitouch PCs running Windows 7, but it isn’t included in Windows 7. The Touch Pack is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.

What’s in the Touch Pack

The Touch Pack includes six games and programs that highlight the capabilities of Windows Touch:

Microsoft Blackboard, an intricate game of physics in which you solve a puzzle by creating a fanciful machine on a blackboard. For more information, see Touch Pack: How to play Microsoft Blackboard.

Microsoft Garden Pond, a tranquil game that takes place in serene Japanese water gardens. For more information, see Touch Pack: How to play Microsoft Garden Pond.

Microsoft Rebound, a game in which you use your fingertips to move Tesla balls with an electrical field between them to catapult a metal game ball into your opponent’s goal. For more information, see Touch Pack: How to play Microsoft Rebound.

Microsoft Surface Globe, a program that you can use to explore the earth as a flat 2‑D map or as an immersive 3‑D experience.

Microsoft Surface Collage, a program that you can use to explore and interact with your photos and arrange them as a desktop background.

Microsoft Surface Lagoon, a screen saver and interactive water simulation, complete with a meditative rock arrangement and playful, shy fish. Use your fingers to manipulate the water and have the school of fish respond.