Turn your iPad into a wireless whiteboard! Project live sketches to a local computer in 3 easy steps: STEP 1: Launch Air Sketch. STEP 2: Open the indicated URL in a web browser. STEP 3: Everything you draw appears in the browser, as you draw it. REAL-TIME DRAWING Just fire up Air Sketch on the iPad and open the specified URL from any HTML5 compatible browser on another computer on the local network to see your sketches in real-time as you draw. NO DONGLES, CLOUD SERVICES, or PLUGINS NEEDED Hook up your laptop to a projector to get an instant wireless whiteboard. No need to buy an AppleTV, ChromeCast, or other hardware. There's no additional client software to install. Use Air Sketch at work, at home, or at conferences, with existing computers. WANT TO PRESENT SLIDES and MORE? The Free Edition of Air Sketch supports basic drawing, but runs on the same engine as the Full Edition. Use it to test the performance on your network before getting the Full Edition. The Full Edition of Air Sketch includes many, many more tools and capabilities, including the ability to wirelessly project and annotate PDF documents (including exported PDF slide decks) and pictures. Look for a link in the side bar, or the on the Developer Page. WORKS WITH STANDARD WEB BROWSERS Air Sketch supports any HTML5-compatible browser, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and even another iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch! They just need to be on the same local network. No public WiFi? No problem. You can even use Air Sketch peer-to-peer with a computer via an ad-hoc network when a WiFi hotspot is unavailable (see our blog for the quick how-to). HAVE an IPHONE or IPOD TOUCH? Check our Air Projector, our sister App, now available in the App Store! Just Search for "Air Projector". It lets you wirelessly present slides and photos from your phone. WE BUILD APPS FOR PEOPLE WHO CHANGE THE WORLD We have designed and built a whole suite of Apps that help you create and communicate. Check them out on our website. If you like Air Sketch, you will also want to grab a copy of Vittle, which turns your iPad into a Recordable Whiteboard. Check out our developer page for the link. Also, be sure to follow us at twitter.com/qrayon to get the latest news, and updates. Keep on creating! -- The Air Sketch team at Qrayon.