Digital Drawing Board

April 9th, 2007

This is what I call innovation. Back in my day we used a blackboard and chalk but it seems that future generations won’t have to get their hands dirty. This digital drawing board it’s not only clean and easy to use, as you can se it acts as a environment with predefined rules. Besides being cool this is a huge help when teaching physics classes or when you need simple animations to show your point.

Though it might take a while until we see this kind of hardware in the schools near you, it’s sure that technologies like this or derived from it are going to make our life better. What do you say about it?

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  1. Flo:

    cool, but how does the darn thing know which part of the pendulum i want to anchor? :P he didn`t specify which end of the thread is tied to the board…

  2. Bogdan Popa:

    Well maybe it’s a preset or something. He could have marked the anchor point with a X like he did with the other objects… I don’t know.

  3. Mirica Rares:

    I’d like to get some of your attention over this one…

    In my opinion, it’s a much better and useful technology, I’m not making any comments about the application it’s used for.

  4. Dana:

    can i have one drawing board, please? :)

  5. Bogdan Boghiu:

    Sure honey. What’s it gonna be, paper or plastic?

  6. KenMarshall:

    I think, that is interesting for all.

  7. Glorious of Athen:

    well, this is an amazing board,however, it always come to its price, isnt it ?

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