November 29, 2008
This is Gizmodo article.
It’s just a demo right now, but Ryo Shimizu’s ZeptoPad 2.0 whiteboard app looks pretty promising. We already love collaborative drawing apps like Netsketch, but Ryo’s whiteboard adds a couple of interesting tweaks—the ability to watch the whiteboard live via a web interface or on what looks like a local client, and then save everything to PDF when you’re finished. If collaborators are not limited to being on the same wi-fi network, which is how these apps often work, sign us up. Barring any Apple hold-ups (that’s never happened, right?), ZeptoPad should hit the store next weekend.
And yesterday, I test a ZeptoPad2.0 with video projector in outdoor.
We are in final testing and adjusting for ZeptoPad2.0.
Probably, It will available next weekend.