AverVision300 and AverVision110: Avermedia. .
The AverVision 110 portable video document camera includes a 410K pixel CCD sensor with remote-control capability, a built-in display case with two microscopic connectors, a microphone port with backlight and full support for composite and SVideo output. The 300 model (shown) works as a companion to LCD/DLP projectors and features an 850K CCD sensor with 1024 x 768 VGA/DVI resolution, 8x zoom and remote capability. Its expandable mechanical arm and document positioning pointer guide users in placing documents or 3D objects in the precise position under the camera-a feature that's unique in the document camera industry.
Science teachers can use the cameras with a projector to demonstrate the dissection process, show a microscopic image or display a plastic body organ or other 3-13 object. Any teacher might place a textbook under the lens (no need for transparencies) or share the display of a handheld computer.
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