The output from the ‘stick’ can be connected to a projector and/or a computer.
How can a Visualiser be used ?
In a basic mode it can be used to display the page of a book on your screen, or any other two or three dimensional object. This enables users to display objects, documents, pictures to the whole class. In more advanced usageit can capture and save/store images and videos, and imported into documents if required. It can be used to zooming right in on an object to provide a more detailed examination. It is a great way of sharing work with the class. It is quick and easy to use. Just place the object under the camera for it to be presented on the screen. A visualiser means that everyone can see what is being displayed, without the need to crowd around the teacher’s desk.
Think about a digital camera linked to your electronic whiteboard. You now have the ability to examine and display text, images, objects and even living things. Ditch your overhead projector, this is the kid on the block.
Now connect it to your PC using the visualiser software, you now extend the range of uses and applications. You can now display slow motion events, time-lapse events. Capture, store and review any object, including 3D objects. Use the split-screen operation and display mirrored images. You can also display negative images and generate and store videocasts.
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