AVer introduces the CC30, the first high-definition camera especially for classroom applications
Taipei, Taiwan – February 18, 2016 – AVer Information has launched its newest classroom innovation: the high-definition CC30 camera. The first camera designed specifically for the classroom, the CC30 combines excellent video and audio quality with an attractive design, putting simple, high-quality distance learning and lecture recording within reach of more students than ever before.
The CC30 eliminates one of the major difficulties of distance learning: poor video and audio quality that prevent participants from clearly seeing and hearing people at the far site. Its 8-megapixel HD camera with automatic exposure and white balance maximizes the immediacy of distance learning and ensures every word and image can be comprehended. Moreover, its wide angle lens and electronic Pan Tilt Zoom allow users to get a complete view of the far site, or focus in on important details. Students will stay engaged thanks to the CC30’s wireless microphone, which can be easily passed from student to student so everyone can have a chance to speak. Using the CC30 requires almost no effort, with only a plug-and-play USB connection to a computer needed to get started. Compatibility with a wide range of video conferencing software allows teachers to use the CC30 with their preferred distance learning platform.
The CC30 is complemented by AVer’s CaptureShare software. Capable of supporting input from a visualizer or a second CC30, CaptureShare provides recording, annotation and live broadcasting functions perfect for creating teaching materials and conducting a range of activities. It can also be used to broadcast classes online via popular video sharing platforms such as YouTube, USTREAM or LiveHouse.in, so teachers can easily connect their classes to the world. It is also available for mobile devices, allowing teachers to remotely control the CC30 from anywhere in the classroom.