Learning About Lightboard Glass

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.
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How to Prime Lightboard Markers

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...
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Using a Smartphone or Tablet to Film Lightboard Videos

High-end cameras and special A/V equipment allow you to do some amazing things with a lightboard, but one of the simplest ways to begin creating content is by using a tablet or smartphone. Default camera apps lack certain features that will make filming easier, so one of our favorite apps available for iOS and Android is FiLMiC Pro. The benefit ...
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Installing and Configuring OBS for Lightboard Videos

To livestream a lightboard presentation to a distant audience, the camera must be left-right flipped. One option to accomplish this which can be used with any type of camera (including webcams or video cameras paired with a capture device) using the free and open source Open Broadcaster Software (OBS). OBS can also be a useful tool for recordi...
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