DRAW to circle important features of a video image. Underscore for emphasis, or write important data on the image.
POINT by positioning a single arrow or other pointer such as cross hairs and dots anywhere over the video image, or by placing several arrows or other pointers alongside each point as the point is discussed.
TYPE notes, outlines or labels directly on your image using a keyboard model.
COMBINE pointers and drawn lines to annotate an image during a detailed discussion.
CHANGE THE COLOR of the pointers, drawing lines and type for optimum contrast with the video image. Each marker can appear in one of seven different colors.
A SOLID BACKGROUND can replace the video input to create an "electronic chalkboard."
ERASE lines and pointers all at once or one at a time beginning with the most recently placed pointer, drawn line or typed text.
CONTROL: Draw and point directly on the monitor with a digitizing tablet, light pen, or touch screen 1. Some models offer tablet options that are minimized for live broadcast use. Certain models come standard with a keyboard.
COMPATIBLE with most document cameras, VCRs, laser disc players, video cameras, slide to video converters, videoconferencing codecs, or other visual sources. Multiple-sync models are also compatible with most Macintosh and PC computer standards.
Boeckeler Instruments, Inc., 4650 S. Butterfield Drive, Tucson, AZ 85714. Tel: 520-745-0001; Fax: 520-745-0004.