Included with all plans is the ability to choose from and draw on over 70 still images across all subjects. The drawing tool is useful for highlighting something quickly or annotating something relevant to a patient.
How can I draw on images?
You can draw on eye images here. By default, you are shown a cross-section of an eye. To select other images, you first choose a subject and then choose from images within that subject. You can then use your mouse or finger (if you have a touch enabled device) to annotate or illustrate on the image.
Can I change the color of the drawing tool?
Yes. You can select from 4 different colors (blue, green, yellow, red) by selecting your desired color in the upper right. Additionally, if you need to erase your drawing, you can select the Clear button located nearby.
Can I draw on other animations?
Yes. Elsewhere in Eye GIFs, you are also able to annotate on every animation and storyboard. Simply select the Drawing Tool on the toolbar on the right side of the screen when you are viewing an animation. The animation will pause and you can annotate or illustrate on that paused image.