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View our amazing subscription offers here. I wonder how many overhead projectors there are in schools shoved inside cupboards acting as trip hazards? A visualiser is one of the most versatile bits of AV kit going and there are several on the market.
Using controls on a base unit, you are able to zoom in and out and freeze and capture an image or object, as well as record. They are ideal for displaying crystal clear images. Visualisers have so many uses in the classroom and suit any subject you are teaching to actively engage pupils in the learning process. You can save images for later use or to put on a website, and images can be incorporated into PowerPoint presentations and Windows Movie Maker.
Visualisers are not just for teachers either, they can also be used by pupils to lead demonstrations for the rest of the class.
The F50 also excels by offering on-board video and audio recording, which is perfect for capturing demonstrations and lessons where you need everyone to see clearly what is happening. The ground-breaking annotation feature is the cherry on the cake as it allows you to plug a mouse or pen into the F50 and immediately annotate an image without a computer or extra software, which is pretty clever and, notably, an industry-first. Presentation tools, picture-in-picture and split screen are tailor made for step by step demos.
Everyone gets a piece of the action and the outstanding image quality makes close inspections a real possibility for children sat at the back of the class. You can also rotate images with ease if you need to and these can be in colour, black and white, negative, mirror, or reverse. The record function is a simple one touch of the button. Making recordings is perfect for showcasing something again and again, as well as freezing demonstrations at the appropriate moments.
The video is very high-quality, which you can store on the built-in memory or directly to a USB flash drive or SD card. The F50 has a lamp with about 20, hours of life which is days if you want to plan your retirement.
Visualisers were originally developed for the scientific and medical market for X-rays and telepathology. Now they are becoming popular in schools because they really help pupils visualise what they are learning in a way that appeals and works. All you have to do is persuade your headteacher that a visualiser is a must and will bring an extra dimension to your interactive classroom teaching. Instead, enunciate clearly that the F50 has a five year warranty and is actually well worth it.
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