As a kid you got in trouble for expressing yourself on your parent's walls, and as an adult you are still a doodler searching for a better canvas. Clearly this new clear top coat paint is perfect for you. It turns any surface you could paint (even wood) into a dry erase surface.
Now, it's officially okay for you do draw on the walls. You can put down your tiny tablets and gadgets and express yourself in a big way.
CLEAR, from IdeaPaint, is the transparent coating that transforms any surface into a dry erase board. It applies in one coat over any color and can be used with any dry erase marker. It seems perfect for offices, shops and schools — any place where there would be a need for extra drawing space.
Having worked in an office that had those portable white board I can see the advantage of having the walls pressed into service instead. Your co-workers can't run off with it before key meetings (I'm still bitter). Nor will you have to worry about running out of space for that complex diagram on how to re-launch your website or shipping system (unless you are Amazon or something). Plus, being easily erasable, you can just tidy up the place before the suits come.
It sounds like business-minded types would like it, too — simply putting a clear coat for dry erase on your walls takes up less space than white boards and in the long run is likely to cost less than ordering multiple boards. If need be, it can simply be painted over with no trace.
I write about offices because that's what I can relate to, but I have to imagine that using the dry erase paint in a school would be great. I have no proof of this but perhaps some of my classes would have been more fun if I could have noodled around on the walls a little bit.