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General Discussion / Re: Using Gestures with Smoothboard and StrokesPlus
« on: February 26, 2015, 12:42:21 AM »
Hi RodiV,

Thanks for sharing the tips. :)

StrokePlus does look like a great match with Smoothboard.

What are the shortcuts that you have set?

By the way, if you have any feedback for the Smoothboard software, please do tell us. Thanks!

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Wiimote Smoothboard / Re: Smoothboard and Three Monitors
« on: January 19, 2014, 08:19:21 PM »
Hmm. I thought I tried that, but I will try again.  I think my system automatically decided the VGA and DisplayPort screens were the #1 and #2 monitors.

Just to make sure I didn't miss anything, what's the procedure for changing the monitor numbering? I'm using Windows 7.

The monitor numbering depends on your graphics drivers. You may try to explore the advance settings of your graphics drivers.

Regards,
Boon Jin

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I installed BlueSoleil on my Windows 8.1 system and on searching for devices, and pressing '1' and '2' simultaneously, the device was found. However, upon searching services, it returned "0 Services Found". Hence i could not connect the WiiMote to the PC. Any suggestions??

You may want to try to use the default Microsoft Bluetooth Stack if you are using an ordinary Wiimote.

If you are using a Wii Remote Plus, you will need to use the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack as described at http://www.smoothboard.net/wiiremoteplus

If you are using the Microsoft Bluetooth Stack, you may connect the Wiimote automatically with Smoothboard's SmoothConnect.

Also, you may want to try to press the Red Sync button to connect.

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Wiimote Smoothboard / Re: Smoothboard and Three Monitors
« on: January 16, 2014, 12:00:22 AM »
Alright, so I have a bit of a frankenstein system going, and hopefully someone can help me sort out what's not playing nicely together.

I have a Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H motherboard & i7 3770K processor, and I'm running 2 monitors (display port & VGA) + a projector (hdmi) off the onboard video.   If  unplug the VGA monitor, smoothboard works fine, and I can get it to calibrate properly on the projector.  If I plug the monitor in, the smoothboard writing only appears on that screen (and will only calibrate on that screen)

Any ideas?  The monitors and projector are separated, so I can't very well treat all the screens as one.

Thanks

Hi Kodiak,

Smoothboard only works between the primary and secondary monitors. If you may not be able to use Smoothboard on the third screen.

For your case, is it possible to switch the monitor numbering (between primary/secondary etc).

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Bluetooth & Connectivity Help Center / Re: Wiimote not found in HID list
« on: January 15, 2014, 11:58:07 PM »
Hello,
My problem is, that we try to get the smartboard via wiiremote to work, it's a little school project.
I tried to run it on Vista and my friend on Windows 7.
We bought a bluetooth stack, it's one of logilink and i have a bluetooth stack included in my laptop. I get conection to the wiimore
But when I try to start the Programm WiimoteWhiteboard v0.3 it says
I tried the trobleshooting that is described in another Topic but nothing seems to work. We treid it on his computer too but it's the same result.
I hope somebody could leave a message and help me/us with this problem.

Before one of you starts to complain about my grama, spelling and things like that, english is not my motherthoung so i'm sorry if there might be things that don't sound that well

From the screenshot, it looks like you have a Wii Remote Plus (with Motion Plus inside). If this is the case, you will need to use the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack and the Smoothboard 2 or Smoothboard Air with Duo software.

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

Hope this helps. :)

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Wiimote Interactive Whiteboard / Re: Wii Interactive Whiteboard
« on: January 02, 2014, 10:47:25 PM »
I am currently exploring the use of a Wii Interactive whiteboard, and I have a few questions.

First is there an application that will allow this to work with a laptop using Windows 8?

Second, I have no idea how to calibrate my pen to Smoothboard Air.

Third, the four lights on the bottom of my wii remote are continuously blinking, is this what it should be doing?

Hi,

Smoothboard Air allows you to connect multiple mobile devices to the computer for real-time collaboration but it does not have Wiimote whiteboard feature.

You may want to try Smoothboard Air with Duo instead. It has the features of Smoothboard Air and the Wiimote functionality.

It can be found at http://www.smoothboard.net/wiimotewhiteboard

Regards,
Boon Jin

Your advice was great and solved both of my problems, however, I do have a new one.  The pen I created uses an infrared LED and a switch that I turn on only once. (I fear this may be the problem) 

When I go to calibrate the pen, it goes through all four before I can touch the board. 

What is creating this problem/?

Hi,

The infrared pen used for the wiimote whiteboard should use a momentary switch where it is switched on only when the button is pressed and switched off when released.

You may try replacing the switch yourself or buy a ready made IR Pen from our partners.

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Wiimote Interactive Whiteboard / Re: Wii Interactive Whiteboard
« on: December 19, 2013, 12:44:55 AM »
I am currently exploring the use of a Wii Interactive whiteboard, and I have a few questions.

First is there an application that will allow this to work with a laptop using Windows 8?

Second, I have no idea how to calibrate my pen to Smoothboard Air.

Third, the four lights on the bottom of my wii remote are continuously blinking, is this what it should be doing?

Hi,

Smoothboard Air allows you to connect multiple mobile devices to the computer for real-time collaboration but it does not have Wiimote whiteboard feature.

You may want to try Smoothboard Air with Duo instead. It has the features of Smoothboard Air and the Wiimote functionality.

It can be found at http://www.smoothboard.net/wiimotewhiteboard

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Hi,

You may want to try using the newer Smoothboard Air with Duo software.
http://www.smoothboard.net/wiimotewhiteboard

Are you using a genuine Wii Remote Plus? Like you have mentioned, you will need to use the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack to connect the Wii Remote Plus. You may want to try pressing the Red Sync button to connect it.

If you need assistance, you may email us directly at [email protected]

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Wiimote Smoothboard / Re: Windows 8 and USB Bluetooth connection
« on: October 09, 2013, 08:37:30 PM »
I can't seem to find a compatible USB Bluetooth for my Windows 8. Any suggestions?I purchased the Qualcomm Atheros AR3011 Bluetooth 3.0, where I was told that it was compatible with Windows 8 but my computer does not recognize it. I have all the other components (wii, IR pen) and am just stuck on how or where to the find proper Bluetooth adaptor. Any suggestions? Please help :) Thank you for your time

You want to try to get the USB adapters from our resellers such as listed on http://www.smoothboard.net/wiimote/resellers

The adapters should work with Windows 8.

If you have a Wii Remote Plus, you will need to use the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack as described here: http://www.smoothboard.net/wiiremoteplus

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Wiimote Smooth Board 0.4.6
   Where can I download the source code?
thanks
regards

Hi Junner,

Thank you for your interest with Smoothboard. Unfortunately, Smoothboard is close-sourced.

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Say Hi! / Re: Hey!
« on: June 30, 2013, 08:56:02 PM »
I'm linkunarre, from spain, and i love computers, electronics and almost everything realted to it.
I like doing experiments with things i have in my house (like thw wiimote, that's why i'm here XD)

that's all! (well, maybe not, but i'm not going to write all my life here :P)

Welcome to the forum.

If you need any help, please do post it here. :)

Regards,
Boon Jin

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General Discussion / Re: Will it work with flexible projector screen?
« on: June 30, 2013, 08:55:09 PM »
Hi. First post, so please bear with me.
I will be using on of those flexible screens that rolls down from the ceiling. The material is a fairly non-reflective, rough vinyl type. Will the IR pen work OK on that? I'm not worried about pen-pressure, more about whether the light will reflect back to the Wiimote or not.

Anyone with experience, I'd like to know your thoughts. Thanks in advance.

Hi,

If the pen-pressure is not an issue with you, you should be able to use it with the pull down screen.

Many Smoothboard users have these screens in the classroom. :)

Regards,
Boon Jin

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the problem is that i can conect the wiimote to  the pc , but wiinremote and glovepie won't see that the wiimote is there. i've tested with the buit in bluetooth radio of my laptop, and with a usb dongle i've bought, with the windows stack , bluesoleil and the one which came with the doongle (blue manager) and none are working. i tried installing widcomm and toshiba but they seem to not recognize any of the radios (the built in one nor the usb one)

i can actually conect thee wiimote, but i can't pair it. with bluesoleil it detects it as a joystick instead of as a HID, and won't pair with it. blue manager recognizes it as HID though, but with any of this i can use it.

i've looked for solutions around the forums but nothing seems to work.

the wiimote is working, as i can use it on the wii itself and on my phone.

any help? if you need more info just ask for it.

Are you using a Wii Remote Plus?

If yes, you will need to use the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack.

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

Regards,
Boon Jin

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General Hardware Talk / Re: Driver for cheap chinese bluetooth dongle
« on: June 23, 2013, 07:18:17 PM »
Hello from Venezuela.

Today, i bought a cheap chinese bluetooth dongle... windows 7 recongnized it but i can't connet anything (cellphone or wiimote)

i try to install bluesoleil and thoshiba bluetooth and nothing happend... help me please.

im math teacher tring to make a interactive whiteboard

Have you tried using the default Microsoft Bluetooth Stack?

If you launch Smoothboard, and SmoothConnect appears, it means that you have the MS Bluetooth Stack installed

Regards,
Boon Jin

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Hi Mark,

If you are using the Microsoft Bluetooth Stack, you may want to connect directly with Smoothboard's SmoothConnect.

Press the Red Sync button when SmoothConnect is searching for the Wiimote.

If it fails, you may want to ensure that you have the HID Input Service and Bluetooth Support Service running on your computer. This can be found by running Servics.msc from the Start Menu-Run.

Regards,
Boon Jin

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