Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Luidia Brings the Whiteboard to the Kindle

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As I've said before, I love my Amazon Kindle. I find myself reading more and reading a wider variety of info than ever before, simply because I now have access to a huge library of content. Of course the Kindle is a solitary device... until now.

Now, Luidia is bringing a new angle to the idea of the persoanl e-book reader. Luidia is the manufacturer of interactive whiteboards that allow computer presentations to be mocked up with dry erase markers, etc. These types of mock ups can then be saved for later and viewed on desktop and laptop PC's. This type of material is really great for brainstorming sessions or when you're doing a demo of clinical treatment, etc.

Now, Luidia is making it possible to take these marked up images and send them to an Amazon Kindle. This allows an attendee to receive all their notes wirelessly and more importantly *paperlessly* straight to the Kindle.

Imagine attending a lecture where all the custom notes will be sent to your device wirelessly before you leave. That is a serious advantage of digital technology! For the whole story, click here.

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