Testing the Ardesia sketchpad

Sketch as Sketch Can

Article from Issue 139/2012
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The Ardesia sketchpad software and compositing manager allow you to draw freehand on the desktop, so you can quickly sketch a presentation and give the audience an extra dash of information on top.

Most people likely are familiar with whiteboards and flipcharts from school or conferences. These boards or big sheets of paper in the meeting room help speakers illustrate a point with quick sketches. Laser pointers have replaced the traditional pointer in the presenter’s toolbox. And now, speakers often wire up a laptop to a projector and turns to slideshow software.

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