Tuesday, January 21, 2014

nsquared thoughts has shape recognition

Did you know…that nsquared thoughts has shape recognition?

nsquared thoughts is designed as a free-form ideas canvas. It’s often used as a mind-mapping and sketching tool in business, and for small group work and tutoring in schools and libraries for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. 

One of the things we did to make it a better tool was to enable you to draw free-form versions of shapes such as circles, squares and triangles, and have them snap to the geometrically correct form of that shape as soon as you’ve finished drawing it.

nsquared thoughts performs shape recognition
Free-form shape recognition enables you to create additional canvases on the table.

This is great for

Sketching workflow diagrams.

Teaching shapes and how they relate to each other.

Creating separate canvases on the screen for people so that they can sketch out their     ideas independently while conversing with team members.

Mapping out decision trees.

Creating separate canvases for students so that they can take part in group writing exercises.

Capturing content created on the screen and resizing and repositioning it - Everything that is inside the shape you draw will be captured into the shape.

To find out more about nsquared thoughts, visit the nsquared web site at https://nsquaredsolutions.com/business/

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