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Re: CD ROM set up to show artworks?

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Sat, 13 Feb 1999 11:35:48 EST


If you are showing CDs from a computer you can get some hardware that would
let you put whats on the computer screen on a TV. I have done lots of demos in
my class and with my Mac hooked up to a Focus LTV box (about $100 - $200) I
have presented whats on the computer screen to the class. This is a much
cheaper way to go than to get a projection set up which would run over $1,000
for a cheap one.

I have used a scanner in my art class so that kids can put their work on the
web.(<A HREF="">
B.F. Art Exhibitions</A>) and the kids are very excited about it. Kids have
also scanned their B&W photos and then colorized them, 8th graders loved it!
You could also scan in kids drawings and then can manipulate them or reinvent