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March 11th, 2013 #1
Has anyone heard of Screenhero (collaborative screen sharing)?
So there's this new thing called Screenhero, which lets you and one(?) other person operate on the same screen, with your own cursors (and keyboards). It doesn't seem to be popular (yet), but I'm interested in seeing if this could viably be used for, you know, collaborative drawing. Does anyone here know about it? Is it any good? If not...anyone wanna try it out? (Note: not compatible with Windows XP, it seems. Also, going by the reddit thread, it looks like mouse movement might be smoother if both/all users had the same screen resolution.)
Edit: woops, I thought I posted this under the Art Discussion forum, not the Lounge. This is probably in the wrong section, right? Oh well. If it gets moved, it gets moved.
Last edited by Kuroyue; March 11th, 2013 at 04:02 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberMarch 11th, 2013 #2
could have some possiblities I wonder if it can emulate pressure sensitivity... Looks interesting
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March 24th, 2013 #3
Man I thought for sure that I'd be able to get around to trying this out this weekend, but I guess not...
In the meantime, though, I found another program/site: https://join.me/
Also looks interesting.
March 24th, 2013 #4