Fits perfectly for example in the classroom
The ceiling-mounted MagniLink AIR Uno is an efficient aid for school students with visual impairment. The device can be use both as a distance and document camera and the user easily controls the motorized camera to look at what is desired. In distance mode the student can see, for example, what the teacher is doing in front of the board. With the document mode, the student can read books or explore different objects, all displayed at the desired magnification level on the screen.
Smooth wireless ceiling system
The system consists of a MagniLink software and a combined document and distance camera that is mounted in the ceiling. One of the advantages of the camera being mounted in the ceiling is that it facilitates free sight to the object. Another advantage of the MagniLink AIR Uno is that the image from the camera is transferred wirelessly to the computer, which provides more work space on the desk, as no surface is occupied by cables. Of course, the fact that the camera is of the latest technology and provides a really sharp image also makes it easier for the user.
View multiple images simultaneously
The computer screen can easily be divided between the image taken with the ceiling mounted camera, either in distance or document mode, and the computer image itself. More viewing options will be available if you also choose to connect the MagniLink AIR Distance camera or a MagniLink video magnifier, such as a MagniLink S Premium 2, MagniLink PRO or MagniLink Vision. Then you have created a two-camera system and can view the image from both cameras at the same time. In this way, the student can watch on the computer screen what the teacher is doing in front of the board and at the same time see a picture from, for example, a school book with the reading camera.
Accessories that facilitate
If the system is intended to be used by a student who does not have access to a computer, it is possible to choose a control unit
with pre-installed software instead. The image is then transferred wirelessly from the ceiling-mounted camera to the control unit, which is connected to a separate monitor that shows the image from the camera.
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The student sees an enlarged picture from
her textbook by using a control unit which
transmits the image from the ceiling-mounted
camera to a connected monitor.
Another useful accessory is the MagniLink AIR Frame grabber
(fits MagniLink AIR Uno/Duo). This wirelessly transmits the image from an external image source, such as a projector or smartboard, to the computer. Additional accessories that are available include OCR / TTS
– a text-to-speech function that makes it possible to OCR-process a text and have it read aloud, as well as an external controller
(hand control) to control the system if you prefer not to control the system directly from the software or computer keyboard.
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MagniLink AIR Frame grabber
wirelessly transmits the image from a
external image source, in this case a
projector, to the student's computer.
The student's screen split here also
shows image from MagniLink AIR Uno.
At the workplace
MagniLink AIR Uno is ideal in a school environment, but fits just as well in, for example, auditoriums or conference rooms at workplaces where people with visual impairment work.
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