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. Learn more about the factors to consider when trying to determine the best value options.
Glass used in a lightboard should be low-iron with greater optical clarity, allowing even internal lighting across the board. For strength and safety we use tempered glass in our lightboards. Learn more about the properties of glass, things to watch out for, and how we polish the surfaces for greater clarity.
In all of our Revolution Lightboards studio packages, we include fluorescent ink dry erase markers. These markers are a key part of what makes the lightboard an immersive, eye-catching tool. When the fluorescent ink in these markers are illuminated by the lightboard’s edge lights, they pop with bright intensity.
While some brands of fluorescent...
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.
There are many tools you could use to create diagrams and flow charts for presentations, but Draw.io is one of our favorites. Create professional graphics easily and enjoy many stand-out features, all for free.
This guide will show you how to add images to your lightboard videos in real time using open source computer software. Images and text to overlay can come from slides created in Powerpoint, Keynote, or Google Slides.