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An optical instrument that forms a magnified image of an object (e.g. a slide) onto a screen.
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The kiosk has one camera, a single microphone (to be passed from participant to participant), a single encoding machine, and two decoding laptop computers connected to data projectors for display (Figure 3).
Teachers can sign up to use the lab and show a video or DVD and use cable stations with a video data projector for lessons, such as a writing prompt.
For those who do not need video capabilities, nVIEW has just introduced nSIGHT, a monochrome LCD-based data projector that utilizes passive-matrix, double supertwist technology to project 16 shades of grey; Mac, Apple II and DOS platforms are supported.
Another hybrid product is the MEDIASHOW Color Data Projector from Sayett Technology.
As a matter of fact, most attempts to integrate instructional technology into the traditional classroom are examples of sustaining technologies--computer data projectors, DVD players, e-books--all which "improve product performance of established products." Most integrated technologies sustain, and do not disrupt.
The workshop focused on teaching techniques, the definition of educational devices, maintenance of computers, data projectors, documentary cameras and remote support devices.
Summary: Sony's new data projectors include the VPL-CH375, VPL-CH355 and VPL-CH350 models.
Due to affordable housing, especially in the UAE, many ex-pats are moving to bigger apartments and looking for bigger displays." Bukhari added that demand is rising for ultra-portable LED projectors that can be used for home cinema and gaming, and for home theatre projectors, data projectors (in the corporate arena) and short-throw projectors that can be used with greater flexibility in the class room.
Although teachers of English in particular try different approaches, including role play, the main feature is teachers teaching, using a mixture of chalkboards and data projectors.