Quora are less well known than they should be as manufactures of excellent tablet/pen combos. Now they’ve brought out this fascinating whiteboard. There you are fighting off an attack of the deep sleeps as the trapezoidal presentation screen flops about in the noisy wind of the overhead projector motor. No actually you’re watching an image from a lcd projector thrown on to this white board. The demonstrator starts making marks on the screen in magic marker. What you don’t necessarily realise at the time is that the marks made on the screen are incorporated in the file of the image. Don’t ask us how it’s done, try ringing Quora on 0171 278 6706.
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