A great teaching tool to use the iPad with Projector!

Found this online. Enjoy! 

Splashtop Whiteboard allows teachers and students to turn their iPad into an interactive whiteboard. Once connected to their computer over Wifi, they can watch Flash media with fully synchronized video and audio, control favorite applications then annotate over lesson content all from an iPad. Now interact with students at their desk or from all four corners of the classroom!

Brought to you by the developers of the award winning Splashtop Remote Desktop, Splashtop Whiteboard offers users of existing interactive whiteboards (IWBs) a way to extend their investment by accessing their tools from anywhere in the class. For users who do not use an IWB, now they can implement one at a fraction of the cost. Leave the school PC on and connect to it remotely from the comfort of your home. No more late nights being stuck at school preparing for tomorrows class!

Teachers can:

Be in Control – Have complete control over the applications on the classroom PC as if you were sitting right there. No need to stay at the front of class. Be free to roam around. Hand the iPad to a student and let their imagination do the rest!

Annotate over ANYTHING – Use gestures to draw, highlight, or write over any content. Take snapshots of the screen and save them to the gallery then email the snapshots to students, parents or colleagues. Use different colored and sized pens, highlighter, shapes, and text tools over existing content or background templates.

Experience lifelike play back – All video and audio are played in high definition on your iPad. Play Adobe Flash content, iTunes music, DVDs, CDs, etc. as they were meant to be enjoyed but without any painful sync sessions.

Here are the steps to get started:

1. Download and install Splashtop Streamer onto your PC or Mac
2. Download and install Splashtop Whiteboard onto your iPad(Splashtop Whiteboard includes Splashtop Remote Desktop)
3. Fire up Splashtop Whiteboard and connect to your computer over Wifi


Source: Splashtop


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