Teachers and administrators know that stimulating visual presentations are more easily grasped, absorbed, and retained by students. To help educators connect with students in ways that make learning exciting, while facilitating comprehension and retention, ELMO USA has released two new presentation tools that enable instructors to achieve a level of interactivity and spontaneity that static transparencies or preplanned computer lessons cannot match.
ELMO’s P10 XGA Visual Presenter is a new addition to the company’s innovative line of state-of-the-art electronic imaging products for education. The P10 offers both flexibility and exceptional image quality for a variety of documents and media. Progressive scanning with a free-angle camera arm and detailed 48X zoom ensures crystal-clear resolution and shows objects at remarkable frame rates. An assortment of video output options allows the instructor to connect to almost any monitor. In addition to its lightweight, compact design, the P10 also is equipped with a built-in SD memory card–making it a “mass storage” device capable of storing up to 2,000 images. The P10 also includes a convenient up-front control panel with Jog Dial Zoom.
ELMO’s new Teacher’s Tool TT-02u is a groundbreaking and affordably priced presentation tool that gives instructors the ability to create dynamic lessons with ease. Its 42.4X zoom with auto-focus feature captures crisp and detailed images. It also has a simple control panel for easy operation, a removable stage, versatile input/output connections, and the ability to capture live images.
The TT-02u comes with a USB 2.0 port and Image Mate presentation and movie creation software. With this software, a live image can be monitored on an instructor’s PC screen and captured and stored as a JPEG or BMP on either a Windows or Mac (OS 10.4.6) computer. In addition, the TT-02u is backed by a comprehensive, five-year warranty that is among the best in the industry.
For more information about either of these products, contact John B. Nesbitt at (800) 947-3566 or firstname.lastname@example.org.