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DIY interactive whiteboard

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by modelmaker, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

  2. Thanks modelmaker
    Yes it is as cheap as chips. We wrote an article about this in the Genius mag on the DTEP website about a year and a half ago. Teachers dont get it until they actually see it in action. I tested it on my dinning room wall. The cost is about £15.00 if that for a Wii remote if you dont have one and then an infra red LED from say Rapid and a 1.5V battery and switch.
     
  3. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

    I'd be interested to find out what might be done with the motion sensor as well with some imagination. As benedict says, it's high-tech technology on the cheap, and for me, it's waiting to be offered to students to experiment with.
    What else do you have around you that you take for granted, but could be developed into something else with a bit of imagination?
     

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