Bett 2017: Transforming teaching with classroom cameras

Hue

Ascent Information Technology Ltd was founded in 1994 and now trades as HUE. HUE products are designed to provide colourful, creative and affordable technology for teaching and learning.

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Come and visit the HUE HD team at BETT 2017 Stand B322 for 10% discount and free shipping on all our products. We’re giving away HUE HD Pro visualisers to 10 lucky teachers – see @HueHD on Twitter for more information about the competition.

We’re also looking for Science teachers who would be willing to test and review a new kit: HUE Science Studio, which includes the HUE HD Pro and LabCamera (as well as our standard camera management tool HUE Intuition), a software app for the classroom with lots of easy-to-use functionality to make learning Science fun. If you’re a Science teacher (Primary or Secondary) and would like your own HUE HD Pro camera and would be willing to provide feedback on our products please get in contact. There is no obligation to buy the product and the camera is yours to keep.
 
More about the HUE HD Pro – only £44.95 + VAT

Designed specifically for teachers, this versatile, plug ‘n’ play multipurpose classroom camera is affordable, portable and good looking too. The flexible neck allows the camera to be positioned at any angle. The Pro camera also comes with HUE Intuition, easy to use camera management software.

Winner of multiple awards including Teachers Choice Awards, Technology & Innovation (Teach Secondary), District Administrators and Academics Choice.

Classroom cameras can add a whole new and exciting way of engaging students in STEAM topics and Makerspace activities, vlogging and video chats. They allow you to build in lots of opportunities for collaboration, sharing and interactive work. At £44.95 + VAT, schools can afford to have a HUE HD Pro in every classroom.

Designed specifically for teachers and taking into account feedback from the Original HUE HD camera, the HUE HD Pro weighs just less than 570g and comes in a colour choice of red, blue, green and black. It’s a USB camera and a document camera – which means that this versatile plug and play device can record it all as well as scan documents and project them onto a whiteboard.


 
The head of the Pro contains the manual focusing ring, a camera light and an integrated microphone. It has an innovative flexible gooseneck which you can disconnect, plugging it directly into a laptop or computer (rather than using it in its base).

When buying a camera, you are looking for a brilliant high-resolution picture. HUE Pro delivers images and videos which are excellent. The sound is spot-on too.
 
The Pro comes with some specially designed software called HUE Intuition, which allows you to get to grips with the full functionality of the camera with ease. It’s intuitive as the name suggests and teachers can use it without any extra cost of training or workshops.

You can record video and sound and save movies locally, email or upload to YouTube. Annotate images you take and save them as JPG/BMP/PNG/GIF, take individual snapshots or multiple images over time.

In terms of the engagement factor, using a HUE HD Pro camera is ideal for getting together, getting focused and getting down to the business of learning. For more information please visit www.huehd.com, or contact us via our contact page www.huehd.com/contact. See you at Bett Stand B322!

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