(Feedback) I like the idea though I think you would want to target a particular subject area or grade-levels. As a high school English teachers, I would not have much use for this, however, math and science teachers would I am sure as well as lower grades. I would definitely look at competitors, Classroomscreen.com comes to mind as offering a very sophisticated whiteboard option. I know Zoom has one as well, though I have little use in my subject area for either of these. I like the idea of integrate with Google but I am afraid you will just get taken in by the big players. What about as an extension app for Chrome or other web browser–is there something that G-Interact offers that no other screen or whiteboard share applications have? I’d like seeing G-Interact offered in Google menu and the pie graph demonstrated some financial planning. Well done Jessica!