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« Reply #45 on: July 05, 2012, 03:44:40 PM »

Hey guys,

Sorry to bump the topic but I do have something of value to add! :-)

I have written an app which smooths and classifies the cursor input with multiple pens and can generate TUIO and Windows 7 events by directly interfacing with Daniel's aforementioned driver.  Essentially meaning it's done. :-)

I've been looking to get this kind of thing into my classroom. I have had some trouble with Windows 7 and recognising the bluetooth like a lot of others. I'm not a developer, but an end user so I'm not here to criticize, but I want to get my  students to be able to have two pens writing at the board at the same time. I have found a cheap (not free) programme (team player lite) that allows multiple cursors at the same time, and I'm wondering if this would work with this set up on Windows 7 (I don't have 7 to be able to give it a try) There is a 30 day free trial though so it doesn't have to cost anything to try it out.

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« Reply #46 on: July 05, 2012, 04:22:24 PM »

Hey guys,

Sorry to bump the topic but I do have something of value to add! :-)

I have written an app which smooths and classifies the cursor input with multiple pens and can generate TUIO and Windows 7 events by directly interfacing with Daniel's aforementioned driver.  Essentially meaning it's done. :-)

I've been looking to get this kind of thing into my classroom. I have had some trouble with Windows 7 and recognising the bluetooth like a lot of others. I'm not a developer, but an end user so I'm not here to criticize, but I want to get my  students to be able to have two pens writing at the board at the same time. I have found a cheap (not free) programme (team player lite) that allows multiple cursors at the same time, and I'm wondering if this would work with this set up on Windows 7 (I don't have 7 to be able to give it a try) There is a 30 day free trial though so it doesn't have to cost anything to try it out.

Dayles


Hi Dayles,

If you are looking to have two users writing at the board simultaneously, you may want to try the new Smoothboard Air with Duo software which supports 2 IR Pens simultaneously.

There is also a split screen mode that allows two users to have independent toolbars at each side of the screen.

You may find more info at http://www.smoothboard.net

Regards,
Boon Jin
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« Reply #47 on: July 13, 2012, 02:09:52 AM »

LOL, always trying to stand on the shoulders of giants! After a few days off, I've read the forum to find you guys, of course, are way ahead of me. Thanks Boon-jin, I will look into this, I've been using Uwe's javascript version on XP with good results, and have been exprerimenting with Windows 7 - ecanvas and your trial-ware. The Smootboard air is looking good - thanks.

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If you are looking to have two users writing at the board simultaneously, you may want to try the new Smoothboard Air with Duo software which supports 2 IR Pens simultaneously.

There is also a split screen mode that allows two users to have independent toolbars at each side of the screen.

You may find more info at http://www.smoothboard.net

Regards,
Boon Jin
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