September 27th, 2012 admin
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Interactivity in the classroom has become a wonderful tool for teachers. Certainly some projectors now include interactive capabilities, but those educators that have older model projectors, may find the addition of a document camera to be a modern upgrade in their classroom for a relatively small cost. Read on for more information from Epson!
Epson Expands Portfolio of Classroom Solutions with New DC-20 Document Camera
Full-featured Document Camera Offers Powerful Optical Zoom and HDMI Connectivity
LONG BEACH, Calif. – Sept. 26, 2012 – Epson America today announced the new EPSON® DC-20 document camera, a valuable teaching tool designed to enhance the K-12 classroom experience. With advanced features including powerful optical zoom and HDMI digital connectivity, the DC-20 is the ideal solution to help educators engage students and make a bigger impact with their curriculum.
A new addition to Epson’s document camera lineup, the DC-20 features a 12x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom to provide detailed images without any sacrifice in image quality. The camera also comes equipped with a large imaging sensor that captures more light per pixel than smaller imaging sensors, resulting in brighter images with amazing quality and crisp details. Additionally, the DC-20 is able to connect to projectors via its HDMI output, allowing for full 1080p HD quality video projection.
“Technology in the classroom continues to advance and teachers require tools to facilitate visual learning and enhance classroom interaction,” said Sara Kim, associate product manager, K-12 Education Marketing, Epson America, Inc. “The DC-20’s powerful optics and flexible design makes it easier than ever to display lesson materials and classroom projects with exceptional clarity and detail.” Read the rest of this entry »