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Wireless document camera

Lumens Integration, makers of document cameras for classrooms, has announced a new accessory that will enable their DC120 Ladibug to operate wirelessly.
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Lumens Integration, makers of document cameras for classrooms, has announced a new accessory that will enable their DC120 Ladibug to operate wirelessly.

Chris Laughary, Head of Product Management and Marketing, commented, “The working prototype is being demonstrated to our dealers at INFOCOMM this week in Las Vegas. We expect the first deliveries no later than January 2011.”

Lumens Integration also unveiled a 3D document camera this week.

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