The free IPEVO Whiteboard app (available for Mac, PC and now for Android) gives you the ability to annotate and emphasize your material, taking lessons and presentations to the next level. And to make sure you can take full advantage of Whiteboard’s features and tools, we’ve put together a 3-part video tutorial series. Check ‘em out, and in a few minutes you’ll be able to master everything Whiteboard has to offer.
Part 1: Board Functions
This first video introduces and explains boards. Just like traditional chalkboards/whiteboards, boards are used to draw on. But you can also use them to import static images and real-time video. Cool, huh?
Dr. Hatti is a dentist from Japan who needed a better way to share teeth X-rays with his patients. He found a clever solution to his clinic’s problem courtesy of the IPEVO iZiggi-HD Wireless Document Camera.
“A few key features of iZiggi-HD interested me with respect to sharing X-rays,” Dr. Hatti told us. “iZiggi can be connected wirelessly via WiFi, so I don’t have to shuffle it between computers. That’s a real advantage for me because I see different patients in different rooms throughout the day. iZiggi-HD is also compatible with iPad, which is a big plus because I’ve found that the iPad Mini 2 is the perfect size to show patients visual material.”
Once Dr. Hatti captures a patient’s teeth on X-ray film, he lays it on a flat light box (for proper illumination) and then positions the iZiggi-HD camera in order to capture the X-ray. Via the IPEVO Whiteboard app and iZiggi-HD’s WiFi capability, the live image feed is displayed on iPad for the patient to view. Dr. Hatti experimented with a few different camera setups in order to find the best way to capture the film, as he explains.
Educators wishing to innovate with technology in their classrooms face tough decisions, particularly when dealing with tight school budgets. For example, both the iPad and the SMART Board open up interactive learning opportunities for students. But with SMART boards being so expensive (usually many thousands of dollars), sometimes it’s an “either/or” choice between purchasing an […]
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We wanted to see how the IS-01 Interactive Whiteboard System from IPEVO stacked up against traditional markers for chalkboards and whiteboards. From visibility to clean-up, what are the pros and cons of using one versus the other? Let’s take a look at a comparison test between the IS-01 and the liquid board markers found in many classrooms.
Need a versatile, easy-to-use interactive whiteboard on a budget? The IPEVO IS-01 Interactive Whiteboard System is the more affordable way to increase interactivity and engagement in your classroom.
Here’s a thorough step-by-step guide for the IS-01 for all you visual learners out there. From initial setup to calibration to annotating your material with IPEVO Annotator, it’s all here. Now you can innovate the easy way with IS-01!
IPEVO’s VZ-1 HD Dual-Mode Doc Cam gives you two options to share your teaching material. Hook it to the computer via USB, or skip the computer and go right to your projector with a VGA connection.
This quick video provides a step-by-step guide to connecting VZ-1 to your projector. Give it a view and you’ll be presenting in no time!
Previously, we covered some classroom solutions using IPEVO doc cams for visually impaired students. In this entry, we’ll explain how to use the IS-01 Interactive Whiteboard System for the same purpose. The IS-01 setup is a little more complicated but it comes with a couple benefits, including real-time annotation of your material. This setup is also beneficial to students who might have trouble seeing marker lines on your conventional whiteboard.
We’ve gotten lots of feedback from teachers asking how IPEVO doc cams can help their visually impaired students in the classroom. Let’s discuss some simple setups that could help your students see teaching material better.
Doc Cam and Computer
Capturing teaching material (like what’s written on the whiteboard) and then displaying it on a computer screen is one solution that might work for your classroom.