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Re: [teacherartexchange] flex cam


From: M. Austin (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Nov 07 2005 - 15:50:25 PST

This is very similar to the Elmo, which is what I have in my room. It is
awesome! I do demos all the time on it. I have mine hooked to my Averkey,
which is also hooked to the computer and the TV, so I can demo on my Elmo,
then switch to the computer and show visuals there. Technology is amazing!
K-12 Kansas Art Teacher

>I use a variety of technology things in my art room. However, the number
>one thing for me is something called the Flex Cam. (I presented this in
>Denver at the conference in 04) It has been out for a long time-check with
>you tech or science dept. Chances are your school has one that is not being
>used. That was the case here. Ok, so now you're wondering---what is it?
> It's amazing! It connects to your TV using a regular S video cable (like a
> VCR, etc.)
> It allows you to give demos to your class using the TV. I don't have a
> "demo table"/ The flex cam maximizes instructional time, b/c you don't
> have to waste time with students getting out of their seats, the "I can't
> see's", etc.
> PLUS you can use it to show images out of books, etc.

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