Document cameras have replaced the old overhead projectors. They are real-time image capture devices for displaying an object to a large audience. Use it to magnify and project the images of actual, three-dimensional objects, as well as transparencies directly through a video projector.
- Projects images directly to a video projector
- Large sized images
- Projects actual 3-D objects and transparencies
- Magnify or zoom in for high detailing
- Smaller energy consumption
- Captures images and video
- Reduces printing
Document camera purchase
Document cameras are expensive, so there must be justifiable reasons to purchase one.
They are mostly used for physics, mathematics, languages and music education, where the camera can display musical notes and tasks directly from a textbook to a video projector.
IT Services wants to help in the development of teaching experience, so contact us via purchases if you wish to include document camera for teaching purposes.
New document cameras consume less than 15W of energy, whereas an old overhead projector 300-400W!