Press Release Summary:
Along withÂ 8 in. touchscreen, Moticam T features 1.41 GHz processor powered by Android OS, 1 GB built-in memory, and 4 GB internal storage. Live images can be streamed via WiFi connection, andÂ HDMI output is 1080P. OperatingÂ via USB cable that connects toÂ PC, 5 in. Moticam S offers built-in SD card slotÂ for capture of 5 MP still photos and 1080P video images (1,280Â x 720 pixels). HDMI port facilitates image sharing on larger screens. Both models attach to c-mount trinocular digital microscopes.
Original Press Release:
Motic Microscopy Screen
Motic announced the release of the company’s newest offering, the Moticam S & T, a unique screen that can be attached to any c-mount trinocular digital microscope. The Moticam S & T offers a new dimension in learning for students and teachers conducting microscope work.
The company’s newest innovation is especially useful for science technology, math and engineering (STEM) work. The Moticam T features an 8-inch touchscreen interface, offering an easy means of sharing images to bring science to life for students. It features a 1.41GHZ processor, 1GB of built in memory and 4GB of internal storage.
The 1.4GHZ processor in the Moticam T is powered by an Android operating system and live images can be streamed through a Wi-Fi connection to tablets, PCs and any Android/IOS enabled smartphones. Users have the option of viewing images from the digital microscope. HDMI output is 1080P for sharp, clear images.
The 5-inch Moticam S screen operates through a USB cable that connects directly to a PC. A built-in SD card slot allows users to capture 5MP still photos and 1080P video images of 1280X720 pixels. The HDMI port makes it easy for instructors to share images on larger screens for group lessons.
The Moticam S & T digital microscope screens provide an extensive array of new possibilities and a multitude of applications in the classroom. Motic’s digital technology offers an innovative vehicle for engaging students and igniting a fascination in a variety of disciplines.
The ability to display specimens and images on larger screens creates dynamic lessons, while offering cost effective savings. The technology provides students with the opportunity for closer scrutiny of subjects and offers special needs students the ability for more active participation in lessons.
The release of the new Motic digital microscope screens provides instructors with a valuable new learning tool to stimulate interest in a myriad of disciplines. The new screens provide educators with the means to bring the sciences to students in a form and format that’s conducive to learning. The Motic T and Motic S screens utilize digital technology to enhance education and facilitate connectivity between people and science.
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