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What is whizwall?

Whizwall app users can draw, write and collaborate remotely on large, shared Augmented Reality whiteboards, using their mobile as an air mouse and replicating the experience of a physical whiteboard

  • About whizwall

    About whizwall

    Whizwall delivers the intersection of interactive whiteboards & touchscreens with online whiteboard collaboration software, using AR to replicate collaborating live on a shared physical whiteboard. Multiple users can be invited to join whiteboards remotely, with everyone’s input updated live. Whiteboards can also be viewed via secure web links and shared live to screens or via video conferencing

  • Pricing


    • Available now as a free download for iOS and Android on the app stores
  • Pros and Cons

    Pros and Cons

    • Fun interface makes work more interesting
    • Can use it only by downloading the app
  • When to use whizwall

    When to use whizwall

    COVID-19 has resulted in widespread remote working and significantly reduced face to face contact in both business and education. Whizwall is targeted to individuals and organisations of any size and sector, addressing the resultant challenges they face making meetings, workshops and education more productive and engaging with many, if not all participants, attending remotely rather than in-person

  • Relevance to remote workers

    Relevance to remote workers

    • Whizwall addresses the need to make online collaboration more natural, productive, less tiring and ultimately more human. Collaborative brainstorming is difficult remotely without being able to ‘chalk & talk’ on walls. We’ll soon be launching whizwall Pro, a subscription-based service, providing many advanced features to further enhance remote collaboration in meetings and workshops. We are offering trials of key use cases to organisations as early adopters. If you are interested in participating, please contact us via the form on https://whizwall.com
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