For example, at a business level, IdeaPaint allows corporate users to create a place to share information with customers, coworkers or clients, by turning smooth surfaces (including desks, doors, walls, hallways, columns, conference tables, reception areas/lobbies, seminar rooms, cafeterias and cafes old whiteboards) into interactive workspaces.
At school, the paint can be used by teachers to turn any space (old whiteboards and chalkboards, walls, desks, lecture halls) into a complete learning environment.
– IdeaPaint™ CRE-8, a water-borne paint (watch the company’s installation video).
Both products are available in 50 sq. ft. kits with a roller, stir stick, can opener and wet paint sign. They are formaldehyde-free, conform to all U.S. EPA regulations and do not produce any harmful gas, once they’re dry.
The company ships to customers in the United States, Mexico and Canada, via its web site. In other countries, customers can buy IdeaPaint through international distributors in Europe, Australia, India, Singapore, and Malaysia. To see the list of distributors, click here.
Currently led by President Bob Munroe, IdeaPaint is headquartered in Ashland, MA.