Smoothboard allows you to easily
transform your flat screen display (projected screen or flat panel) into an
interactive whiteboard with just a Wiimote and IR Pen.
Smoothboard provides an intuitive
interface that enables users to interact with their computer directly at the
screen. Smoothboard also allows you to control the computer away from the
screen with the use of the Wiimote. With Smoothboard, you will have
impressive presentations that can be free from the mouse and keyboard.
The Smoothboard User Guide is
written as a comprehensive help for both new and experienced users. Important
notes and warnings are highlighted throughout the guide.
The Quick Start
Guide provides the basic steps needed to get your interactive whiteboard up
and running within a few minutes. For in-depth information regarding all the
Smoothboard’s features, you can take a look at the Complete Guide.
The Tips and Common Issues sections will be useful to
enhance your experience with Smoothboard.
SmoothConnect - quickly learn and connect your Wiimotes
automatically while Smoothboard waits silently in the taskbar.
Wiimotes Support - allows the usage
of a secondary Wiimote for redundancy
two Wiimotes for high quality tracking
Whiteboard Mode and Presenter Mode simultaneously
Screen Area Tracking - calibrate a
selected screen area and/or select another display to be used as an
Annotation Feature - write and draw
anywhere on any window
- Size, Color, Shape (Line, Arrow, Rectangle, Ellipse, Scribble)
- Undo/Redo (15 steps)
- Select and Move/Resize
- Screen Tools (Background Color (White/Black), Background
Lines/Grid, Snapshot Screen, Snapshot Region, Open Snapshot Folder).
Screen Area Toggles and Floating Toolbar - control your
Mouse Click - Right Click and Double Click
Key Press - allows multiple key combinations
or execute any application/file which has a default viewer
Balloon - displays triggered events
Smart Menu - allows quick access to Right Click, Middle Click (for scrolling)
and all of the Floating Toolbar’s functionality.
- Activate Right Click or Smart Menu if the IR pen is held down for
more than 1 second.
calibration setup to allow easier adjustments for greater tracking
infrared (IR) camera sensitivity to allow greater range or improved
Presenter Mode- allows the control of the computer
even when away from the screen
Control - with a stationary IR source
Press - using mapped Wiimote buttons
- tool to keep track of timings
Smoothing - reduces jagged lines when
drawing in Whiteboard Mode and Presenter Mode
- A computer with a Bluetooth
adaptor (Most laptops have built-in Bluetooth chipsets).
- An infrared pen. You can
build the pen yourself or get a pre-made one from our resellers at
- At least a single Wiimote.
Smoothboard supports up to two Wiimotes.
- A flat surface display
(projected screen or flat panel).
- Windows operating system.
Smoothboard has been tested in Windows
XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
- Bluetooth stack that will
enable you to connect to the Wiimote. Microsoft Bluetooth Stack is
recommended to connect the Wiimote automatically with SmoothConnect.
- Microsoft .Net
3.5 Framework. If it is not installed, the following error may appear, Application
Error: The application failed to initilialize properly (0xc0000135).
You can download the .NET Framework from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=333325FD-AE52-4E35-B531-508D977D32A6&displaylang=en.
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