Illustrate iPad Stand

Height-Adjustable Stand with Overhead Projecting and Annotating App

Illustrate™ iPad Stand & App

If a picture is worth a thousand words…how about live video and words! Illustrate is the ultimate solution for presenting and annotating live video in the classroom or lecture hall using an iPad or iPad mini. The Illustrate iPad stand and the free Illustrate app combine to make demonstrating your important ideas easier than ever

Broadcast

Capture live video and display it on a TV, projector, or interactive whiteboard using your Apple TV or a wired connection. In addition to live video, the Illustrate App can also broadcast still images and provides an in-app whiteboard or blackboard.

Annotate

Draw diagrams and even type labels onto the live feed to clearly communicate your important ideas.




Share

Easily capture still images of your annotations from within the app. These images can be shared with students afterwards or conveniently used for future handouts.

The Illustrate iPad Stand

Adjustable Design

The Illustrate Stand is height adjustable, so you have full control over your presentation. And there are two connection ports on the heavy-duty base, so you have your choice of where to mount your iPad.

Plays Well with Others

Since the Illustrate’s iPad tray uses MagConnect technology, it is fully compatible with the full line of MagConnect mounts—from the sleek Desk Stand to the convenient Tripod/Mic Stand Mount. You can easily detach the tray from one mount and attach it to another in seconds. And when not mounting your iPad, you can easily slip it into the Folio360 MagConnect case without having to remove your iPad.

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