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Virtual Whiteboards



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Board800 is a multi-user-shared interactive whiteboard with simultaneous access and drawing capabilities. Users can use each page independently, and each user can see the changes on each page.



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CoSketch is another whiteboard that you can collaborate on to visualize your ideas and share them as images. The good thing is that you don’t have to register or install anything. It works in all browsers, it’s real time, and you can get an embed code for your drawing after you finish.



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Dabbleboard is an online collaboration application that’s centered around the whiteboard. With a new type of drawing interface that's actually easy and fun to use, Dabbleboard gets out of your way and just lets you draw. Finally the whiteboard enters the digital age!



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WebCanvas is a collaborative-painting project. You can paint using basic tools, you can upload or post professionally drawn images, or you can watch others paint live. This is an interesting project for artists, though the rest of us can give it a try too.