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Not sure if I should be posting here or in the AV forum but we are looking for IWB/whiteboard ...
18th July 2012, 08:51 AM #1
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IWB/Interactive projector options for Ubuntu
Not sure if I should be posting here or in the AV forum but we are looking for IWB/whiteboard experiences with Ubuntu for Primary use.
Was looking at Smart LightRaise using the linux version of their Notebook software but apparently it's not compatible, so need to find some alternatives.
Anyone using Epson interactive projectors and are you using any other linux IWB software with them?
I've seen TeachWiz, RM EasiTeach have Ubuntu versions as do Smart and Promethean but their new licensing makes them way too expensive.
Any other options?
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18th July 2012, 01:11 PM #2
Don't worry about the IWB software each manufacturer provides, just look at the drivers available - if the IWB/interactive projector can be plugged in and acts as a USB mouse as far as the PC is concerned then that's really all you need. Sankore is a good bit of universal IWB software (website is mostly in French):
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2nd October 2012, 03:01 PM #3
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To update my own question I looked at all of the following linux/Ubuntu software options to drive various options of projector/interactive projector
Smart have said their Notebook 11 software for linux is being released in Q3 to support their own LightRaise interactive projector and I notice that there seems to be a place holder on their download page for a new download option.
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