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Classroom Viewer captures live images from ed tech imaging tools

EduCam Classroom Viewer enables users to view, capture, annotate and share live streaming images directly from a document camera, visualizer or digital microscope.
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EduCam Classroom Viewer enables users to view, capture, annotate and share live streaming images directly from a document camera, visualizer or digital microscope. Use with FlexCam visualizers, kena and Ken-A-Vision educational microscopes.

EduCam enables teachers to broadcast live images from a USB document camera or microscope to a classroom set of mobile devices. See the video demonstration here.

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