Kudos to AutoDesk — they did it right.
The image you are creating appears live on the big screen as you draw it, but the SBPro menu does *not*. The control menu only appears on the iPad for you alone to see and use.
Thanks to Rachel Smith for tipping me off that SBPro for the iPad had been updated.
Now that graphic recorders can work live using the iPad, this brings up a dilemma. If you only work full size, then at any time the group can see the entire record of the discussion. But you are limited in how small your lettering can be.
*Or* if you zoom and pan to get more detail, then while you are doing that the group will not be able to see the big picture.
This image of Rachel’s has lots more detail:
(image (CC) Rachel Smith)
But, as Rachel says, she has “concerns about sensitive persons in the audience watching my mad panning and zooming as I work,” and concludes that, “I think this is a great process for personal recording, but not yet for group work.”
So bottom line, iPad SBPro is like Zeno’s Paradox — it may never quite get there, but it keeps making progress in the right direction, and may soon be close enough for most practical purposes.
Which in the meantime leaves plenty of time for some darkhorse like vmacs for the iPad to slip in. Stay tuned!
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