April 27, 2017

Here is a growing list of companies and organizations that have found the benefits of using eBeam,

They are varied in their industry but they all have the same goal - improve information flow during and after meetings and class.

Check them out:

Computer Healthcare
Fairview Elementary School
Pacific Pile & Marine
Kellogg Christian School
Omega Learning Center
University of Miami
Our Lady of Sorrows School
Vantage Oncology
Catholic Social Services
Wellshare International
Florida Institute of Technology
Fulton County Schools
First Assembly Christian Schools


Don’t Let Technology Hold You Back In Sharing Your Ideas and Plans

For all the technology that’s in the world, the best ideas are developed with simple pen, paper and whiteboards

The challenge is getting these ideas, sketches, plans, drawings, etc. from the “drawing boards” into the digital world.

eBeam solves this challenge.

You spend hours of time collaborating, meeting, brainstorming, sweating details, making revisions, practicing presentations, fine tuning ideas, etc. etc.

Most often this work is done on flip charts, pads of paper, whiteboards and whiteboard painted walls. These are the best tools to use. They provide a large space to gather ideas. Lots of people can work on them together, the biggest ideas command the biggest spaces to develop.

Too often these game changing ideas are “locked” onto the paper or board they’re developed on. How many times did you go into the conference room and see


Written on the board and it’s filled from side to side with details, complex formulas, flow charts, etc. Too often this is the result of a brainstorming session. The ideas are there but to be useful someone has to copy them to a piece of paper or someone has taken a picture with their phone. Either way too much time has been spent on top of the effort spent to develop the ideas to begin with.

So it’s time to implement a better plan and use tools designed to get you from A to Z faster.

Introducing eBeam Edge

A small, compact and completely portable solution. eBeam Edge works with PC’s, MAC and Linux operating systems. Once installed you have options as to how you work with Edge.

First, you can connect your computer to a projector and turn the projected space into a large touch screen surface. With a pickup area that is 60” high by 108” wide you can have the largest touch screen imaginable. The supplied Pen/Stylus acts as your mouse and lets you control your computer from the surface. Run any program on your computer. Get the Wireless Keyboard/Mouse accessory and you have the power of your keyboard in the palm of your hands.

Next, you can connect your computer to a flat screen monitor or tv. Once you’ve set up the receiver you have turned this tv into a touch screen monitor using the Pen/Stylus. Think about the possibilities of using this in house or when traveling and meeting with clients. Touchscreen monitors can run into the thousands of dollars and you have to be delicate with them. eBeam Edge can turn the largest and least expensive tv into a touchscreen for a fraction of the cost.

If Whiteboarding is your thing then get the Capture Accessory and instantly turn your whiteboard, whiteboard painted wall, glass wall, table top, flip chart . . . any hard surface you work with to take notes or collaborate on can now become an electronic surface. Once you start drawing ALL and we mean ALL of the details on the board or surface show up instantly on your computer screen. Once there you can edit them, copy and paste, add to them and then distribute them to all who need them.

No longer do you have to commandeer a room or board to save your efforts. No longer do you need to wait days for someone to transcribe what’ve drawn. No longer do you need to worry about prying eyes seeing things they aren’t supposed to.

See the eBeam Edge Products at www.ebeamrocks.com/collections/ebeam-edge.

 eBeamRocks.com specializes in the eBeam and Equil product lines. They provide product, training and education so you get the most out of your purchase.

Matthew Brooks
Matthew Brooks