The Hue USB Camera is an affordable, easy-to-use alternative to make your classroom and presentations more interactive and dynamic.
Simply plug the HUE in to your existing Windows PC or Mac and connect it to a projector to display books, maths problems, science experiments and pictures. You can share printed articles and clips with the whole classroom.
With its solid weighted base and flexible neck, the Hue brings an extra dimension to your presentation.
Hue is perfect for displaying text from books and ideal for subjects such as English, Science, Mathematics and Art. It’s used throughout the education sector worldwide.
The camera is ‘plug and play’ on Windows PCs and Macs (see System Requirements) and compatible with most video conferencing, streaming and web-casting software such as Skype, Google Talk, iChat, FaceTime, Yahoo! Messenger and uStream.
– Record video and sound directly to computer
– Full 360° rotation
– Snapshot photo
– 10 x zoom (Windows only)
– Special background effects (Windows only)
– Special lens effects (Windows only)
– Built in USB microphone
– UVC compatible
– Suitable for both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 8, 7 and Mac OS X
– Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 OR Mac OS X 10.4.3+ OR Linux
– 128 MB RAM (256 MB RAM recommended)
– Available 1.1 or 2.0 USB port
– Hue Camera
– Camera Base
– 6 ft (1.8m) USB to mini-USB cable
– Installation CD with full manual
- Unique & innovative “plug and play” UVC camera with a built-in USB microphone.
- Brilliant for use as a portable classroom visualiser/document camera in conjunction with a whiteboard. Also perfect for video calling using Skype, FaceTime or Yahoo, and for creating your own animations or videos to post on YouTube.
- Flexibility – simply connect the Hue webcam to your computer’s USB port and it will be ready to use. No drivers are required. The camera can also be used without its base, plugged directly into a computer or notebook.
- Compatible with Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP and Mac OS X 10.4.3 or above, including Mountain Lion (10.8).
- Selected by Time Magazine as a “Best Invention”, featured in the Tate Movie Film project and on ABC’s Good Morning America.