• From Frustration to Inspiration

    The idea for eBeam came to Founding CEO Rafi Holtzman while working with coworkers half a world away. During international projects, he found himself faxing drawings back and forth to remote participants while attempting to explain edits on the phone. Frustrated with the inability to communicate ideas with far away collaborators, Rafi was determined to find a solution. He formed a team of designers and engineers and thus began the development of eBeam technology.

  • First came eBeam Whiteboard

    The first breakthrough came when the team figured out a way to record whiteboard marker strokes onto a computer. The resulting product, eBeam Whiteboard, consists of a marker sleeve and receiver. Each time a user touches the tip of the marker to the board, a sleeve around it tells the computer where it is by sending a signal to the receiver. The software instantly translates that information into a pixel perfect replica of the physical strokes. eBeam Whiteboard users could now share their whiteboard notes with anyone, anywhere, and at anytime. This discovery was a turning point in reaching Rafi's envisioned solution.

  • Then came eBeam Projection

    The idea evolved with eBeam Projection. Building on our technology, we strived to develop a truly interactive environment. Adding a projector and using a stylus instead of a marker, we designed a system that could not only replicate the whiteboard experience with digital ink, but could also transform the entire projection into an interactive surface, similar to a giant tablet computer. Now a user could interact at the board with anything they could project - their desktop, a web browser, presentations, documents, multimedia, all digital elements. By delving into our interactive environment, users engage in a unique exploration of the digital world.

  • We continue to strive to push the limits of technology to find innovative,
    interactive eBeam solutions that foster learning and collaboration,
    and can't wait to share with you what we come up with next.