A camera mounted on a stand, allowing for capture of text or 3-dimensional objects. The image is typically displayed through an LCD projector.
An external camera, similar in design to an overhead projector, which can transmit still images to the remote site(s) during the videoconference. It is a highly effective tool for collaborative purposes.
A codec peripheral that allows users to transmit images of a hard copy document, similar in appearance to an overhead projector.
a device that is used to magnify a document and transfer the image to the video system
used to show printed materials, slides, and 3-D items to local and remote students. Image is shown on the monitors.
A document camera is integrated into the audiovisual system and replaces an overhead projector. It has higher resolution than an overhead projector and allows the user to project text, photos or three-dimensional objects on a screen in the classroom.
A camera with tablet designed to capture still images (from 35mm slides up to A0-sized maps) and transmit them via the codec to the remote site.
A specialized camera which is mounted on an adjustable neck for taking pictures of still images- pictures, graphics, etc.- for use in a videoconference.
A specialized camera used for taking pictures of still images - pictures, graphics, text pages - which can be sent as part of a videoconference.
a piece of technology much like traditional overhead projectors, except that a video camera is used to project a live image. This enables the user to project images from traditional transparencies, or of opaque objects such as paper, books, photographs, even three-dimensional objects. It can also be used to view photographic slides.
A desktop visual presenter that is a special video camera designed to display documents and 3-D objects on a plasma screen, television, projector, or monitor.
The document camera is an add-on piece of equipment that will allow you to display text, diagrams, illustrations, photographs or small objects to all videoconference participants
a camera used to take digital images of documents/transparencies to be projected on a screen using a data projector. This technology serves the purpose of, and will eventually replace, standard overhead projectors.
A camera used during a videoconference for taking pictures of still images, pictures, graphics, pages of text, and 3-D objects. All images can be sent stand-alone to a TV monitor or as part of a videoconference.