Multiple cursors on one computer

Microsoft Windows only supports one single mouse cursor by design. This makes dynamic collaboration in meetings almost impossible. Participants need to leave their place hand over the mouse in order to work on a common document.

MultiMouse now allows you to add up to 50 additional mouse pointers to allow users to work jointly with parallel input.

The next level of collaboration

MultiMouse is useful if multiple participants of a meeting would like to point to certain elements on the screen that is visible to all.

Team members can simultaneously work on the same document. The user who currently has control about the primary mouse cursor can also redirect keyboard text input from his computer to the remote presenter's computer showing the screen.