The world's first stereoscopic 3D Document Camera!
The Lumens 3D101 is the world's first stereoscopic 3D Document Camera! With the stereoscopic capabilities of the 3D101, turning classroom models and manipulative into larger-than-life 3D images is simple and effective through the use of two high-definition document camera lenses. The 3D Ladibug is capable of all standard 2-dimensional document camera uses, as well as the ability to display objects in a variety of 3D formats. Aligned with cutting-edge research in teaching and learning, the 3D Ladibug gives teachers the groundbreaking ability to craft customized 3D curriculum using their own manipulative, models, experiments and more! This model features a 5 year full replacement warranty.
Q & A
Q: How does the 3D LadibugTM work?
The 3D LadibugTM has two high-definition document camera lenses to display objects in a variety of 3D formats. These various 3D formats include stereoscopic, anaglyph, interlaced, & side-by-side.
Q: Is the warranty also 5 years on the 3D101?
Yes, the warranty for the 3D101 is still 5 years. This is the same 5-year unlimited replacement warranty that covers all cameras in the LadibugTM product line.
Q: What software does the 3D LadibugTM need?
We recommend using the 3D LadibugTM with the 3D-Hub Interactive Media Player, Stereoscopic Multiplexer, and Stereoscopic Player.
Q: Where can I find this software?
The Media Player can be found at http://www.3d-hub.co.uk/3d-hub-player.php and the Stereoscopic software can be found at http://3dtv.at/Index_en.aspx.
Q: How do I connect the 3D LadibugTM?
To connect the 3D LadibugTM, plug two USB cables from the camera into a computer, then use a VGA cable to connect the computer to a 3D display (monitor or TV).
Q: Are 3D glasses needed for students to see the images in 3D?
Yes, to view an image in 3D passive 3D glasses are needed.
Q: What kind of display device is compatible with the 3D LadibugTM?
The monitor or TV must be 3D-ready.
Q: Does the 3D101 work with any projector?
No, the projector must be a 3D projector.