copyboard

copyboard

[′käp·ē‚bȯrd]
(graphic arts)
A frame that holds the original copy in place while it is being photographed.
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A system concept evidenced by interchangeable lenses and various accessory modules for scanning--from the transmitted light table with corresponding original holders for slides, glass plate negatives or film formats, to an A2 book cradle with or without a glass plate, and up to a copyboard table for A1 formats.
PolyVision's CopyCam image-capturing system transforms an ordinary whiteboard into a copyboard, allowing users to instantly capture any notes or drawings from a meeting.
The new whiteboard can either work with a projector or computer, as a traditional whiteboard, or as an electronic copyboard for a truly interactive lesson.
It consists of a camera system with a PhaseOne digital back, interchangeable lenses, a special LED lighting, and a variety of copyboard systems.
A variety of copyboard systems can be used to process a wide range of original material--from stamps and coins to films and glass negatives to books and large-format documents.
Contemporary software tools even make it unnecessary to draw, providing supports as simple as clip art copyboards or as complex as the actual tools used by comics creators, to help students develop their own graphic novels.