A lightboard is a transparent whiteboard made of glass with internal lighting to make writing glow. A lightboard allows a presenter to write and draw while maintaining eye contact to deliver their message in a natural and engaging way. Video is filmed through the glass and mirrored so the orientation appears correct to the viewer. Lightboard pre...
This guide will help you live stream lightboard based presentations to your audience. Live streaming via the internet allows interacting with distant individuals and audiences. Live in-person lightboard presentations are done in classrooms, auditoriums, and places of worship.
What is a One Button Studio?
A One Button Studio (OBS) is a room configured for easy self-service video recording. A user brings a USB drive into the studio, plugs it into a port, and pushes a single button to begin recording. The user conducts their presentation and then pushes a button to stop recording. Then they remove the USB drive with the...
We frequently get asked: what is needed to create lightboard videos? What equipment is needed to build a lightboard studio? The outline below covers the primary elements to help answer those questions!
This is the critical piece of the studio as it is the canvas you present on. See more details here.
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Reflections off a lightboard should be systematically avoided. Confidence monitors and teleprompter near the camera create reflections off the lightboard that are visible to the camera. To eliminate that reflection, use a Circular Polarizing Lens Filter or CPL Filter. Learn how that works, and steps to implement.
Customers sometimes ask whether they would be better off buying a complete lightboard or building their own. For customers making educational videos or commercial content, a complete solution is often the best choice. For customers on a tight budget, our DIY Component kits can offer an attractive alternative. Learn more about the factors to consider.