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My company is global and we have meetings to discuss design proposals. If only one designer starts sketching with a stylus in the browser window, it's easy to tell who has control and is doing the sketching. But sometimes control is passed to multiple people and we end up with many sketches on our
screen. What if each sketcher's input stylus or mouse was assigned a unique color and maybe an annotation so everyone could see who sketched/wrote the different items displayed? Maybe something like this already exists.
a VERY quick search shows that this is already somewhat baked!
[xandram, Dec 03 2012]
a colaborative chalkboard and then some [marklar, Dec 04 2012]
||Welcome to the halfbakery [stirrednotshaken]. I like your screen name, but //maybe something like this already exists// means you have not checked to see? I'll have to go check now and get back to you. Meanwhile, read the Help File until I get back.(it seems like a good idea.)
||The only shared remote whiteboard Ive had much
experience with is Cisco Webexs (Im not
recommending it the product is IMHO overpriced,
its whiteboard clunky my biz has it, so I use it a
lot). It lets you pick your marker color, so if
everybody cooperates, you can each use a
different color, though its not automatic or
||Ive seen a few other whiteboard software
vendors offer customization options that might
let you make a color-to-participant automatic
and/or locked. If not, theres at least one open
source whiteboard program, scrumblr, which, you
could fork and make do anything you want, if your
company has that sort of programming in its
||Addition to the idea: hover over a line and get a
popup caption naming who drew it.
||I'd say with certainty without knowing specifically that this definitely exists.