Smart Technologies rolls out whiteboard control via PDAs and smartphones

Users of Wi-Fi devices can use LinQ Mobile remote control software to connect to a networked interactive whiteboard and write in digital ink

Smart Technologies has released its LinQ Mobile 1.0 remote control software.

Compatible with the company’s Smart Board software 9.1, the new software allows users to access and control applications and write notes in digital ink on a Smart Board interactive whiteboard from a Wi-Fi enabled PDA or smartphone running Microsoft Windows Mobile software.

In operation, the mobile device displays the image from the interactive whiteboard. The user then can press and hold the stylus on the mobile device to bring up a flow menu with options to use a mouse cursor, write notes in digital ink, zoom in, or release control of the whiteboard.

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