GV 50 UHD
With Genee Visualisers you can make a strong impact on your audience, adding visual content to enhance your presentation by showing your content on a larger scale – in fine detail.
Utilise the Genee Vision 50 UHD features to compare work, analyse content and show objects in greater detail. The zoom enlarges source materials, pictures and 3D objects without having to force your audience to move for a better view.
A key use for Visualisers is to bring student work into lessons for peer led assessment, show and tell and discussion through collaboration.
Genee’s Visualisers integrate seamlessly with our SPARK II lesson software, enabling teachers to demonstrate and interact with students in real-time; which allows teachers to create lessons that are infinitely more engaging. Alternatively, connect your visualiser to a PC and use Genee Toolbar software to annotate, take stills, zoom and more.
Setting up your Genee Visualiser couldn’t be simpler; plug into a power source, connect the USB cable to your computer/screen, launch the software and you’re ready to start your presentation.
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Through Spark II, bring in your existing Word and Powerpoint files to annotate, manipulate and overwrite during your lesson. Save your changes to your original documents or just save the changes within the canvas to continue delivering your impactful lesson seamlessly.
With Spark II, you can reduce lesson preparation time and create dynamic lessons on the fly.
Become limitless with your imagination.
● Fully interactive whiteboard software for multimedia use designed by teachers.
● Use what you know by bringing in and manipulating existing resources directly into the canvas.
● Save crucial teaching time by loading up previous lessons or creating one on the fly.
● Easily accessible tabs and tools for wheelchair users and younger pupils from the bottom of the display area.
● Easily create dynamic and engaging lessons on the fly by annotating over any programme, including the internet.
● Create lessons from home and bring them directly into the classroom.