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Learning Resources Luna Interactive Projection Camera

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  • Also a web cam and photo/video camera
  • Connects via USB port to use with your PC (XP, Vista, Win7) or interactive whiteboard
  • Features 3.0 MP digital images, adjustable gooseneck, auto focus, LED light, internal microphone and SEN switch for students with special needs
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Three technology tools in one, yet so affordable! Easy-to-use digital projection camera is also a web cam and photo/video camera. Great for students’ multimedia projects across the curriculum or whole-class demonstration of manipulatives in action, book pages, science models and more. Document student progress for assessment, then upload files to digital portfolios or share with other educators or parents. Connects via USB port to use with Mac OS X (10.6, 10.7) and PC (Vista, XP, Windows 7) or interactive whiteboard. Boosts students’ 21st-century skills and helps you reach beyond traditional teaching methods. Features 3.0 MP digital images, adjustable gooseneck, auto focus, 8 LED lights, internal microphone and SEN switch jack (adaptation for students with special needs). Measures 20"H.

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Brand NameLearning Resources
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions3.6 x 8.5 x 10.1 inches
Item model numberLER4400
ColorMulti
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberLER4400
  
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ASINB004NBHJBK
Best Sellers Rank #17,187 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableFebruary 1, 2011
  
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By J. Murray VINE VOICE on November 12, 2011
As webmaster and an active tech teacher, I am sometimes asked to review products for my readers. Since I don't work for the company doing the asking and receive no compensation (other than the product), I am able to provide an unbiased review of my experiences and conclusions based on the 400 students I teach. Recently, I had the opportunity to review Learning Resource's Luna(tm) Interactive Projection Camera. I don't have a document camera in my classroom and there are times when I would trade all the chocolate in my snack drawer for the ability to share a 3D object or picture with students. So, when Learning Resource's marketing group asked, I quickly agreed. The box arrived containing the projection camera, a CD with the Easi-View software, and a few pages of documentation (very very brief).

The projection camera is a lightweight, gooseneck contraption exactly like the inset shows. It has a sturdy base that includes a snapshot button, a light and the microphone, and a wide head that holds the camera. I wanted to test the intuitiveness of installation so rather than read the directions, I just jumped in. The cord was obviously for a USB port, so I popped that into my computer, loaded the CD and started. Easy-view installed quickly with no hitches.

I didn't have a lot of time to play, so decided to experiment as the need arose. In most cases, the process was easy to figure out, and worked as I hoped it would. Here's a run down of how I used the Luna during the first two weeks:

* I took a picture of a magazine page, saved it to a file folder and shared it with students on my smartscreen.
* The art teacher wanted to document her student artwork.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By K Rogers on September 4, 2012
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Aloha! I am so frustrated with the Luna, I felt compelled to show--not tell--you what a horrible device this is for educators. In short:
1. Only has USB output: This means you MUST have a laptop in order to project in the classroom (unless you set up your desktop in the middle of the room, or are fortunate enough to have a built-in projector. If your laptop goes dead, or the connection comes undone (because the wires are SO short), there goes your presentation.
2. Zoom: It's manual, as in you have to physically move the projector down to your document. Because the base is so light, it CONSTANTLY tips over. Furthermore, it's nearly impossible to annotate your document if you have to zoom in so close!
3. Focus: It's horrible! It's clear 50% of the time, and with 25 12-year-olds, those are horrible chances on how smooth my lesson will run that day.

Finally, I wrote this note because the software crashed--permanently. I worked for Apple and to my best devices, couldn't do a successful reinstall.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Teacher of Students on January 12, 2012
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Yesterday morning my partner-teachers and I all gathered around my computer and watched the little video clip in the product description. We were excited so I decided to do some more research. There were very few reviews anywhere on the internet but I saw an example video of it on Youtube under it's other name "Easi-View" and was impressed with the clear capture of the moving image. I was the brave one who decided to purchase it; splurging for overnight shipping of course (we teachers are an impatient bunch). The price was a nice middle ground compared to other document cameras in this class so I expected a decent quality product.

The good: It works great with direct overhead lighting. The image easily compares to the high end document projectors I am used to using. I set the preview resolution to mjpg 2048x1536 so it fills the screen on my widescreen laptop. There is very little delay with movement under the camera in a well lit setting. It doesn't auto focus like some of the fancier models so I don't have to worry about the image constantly trying to refocus every time I turn a page in a book. If I set it up on a box or other tall object it projects just as clear as when it's closer to the object. I was able to fit a large 10inx12in book OPENED (that's 20inx24in!) clearly by setting it on the box it came with! The USB is permanently attached to it so I never have to worry about losing the cord!

The bad: The LEDs aren't particularly helpful. They don't make much light and I actually found that it works better without the LEDs on using only the lighting in my room. It feels flimsy and with the neck extended forward to get a closer view it feels unstable.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ginger on May 21, 2012
I actually have a document camera in my classroom and I love it because there are sooooo many amazing things you can do with them! But, I must say, Learning Resources' Luna Interactive Projector is flippin' amazing! My document camera takes up way too much table space, but this little gem is small and versatile.

It not only functions as a projector, but it is also a web cam and takes pictures and videos! How nifty is that!? All the while needing NO batteries!

This projector is great for so many different things including:

Making Words
Demonstrating handwriting and cursive
Showing books/textbooks
Modeling writing and other activities
Using manipulatives for math
Displaying homework/classwork
Checking homework/classwork
Demonstrating science experiments

I can't even list them all, but you would definitely want one of these in your classroom!
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