Give away: LR Luna Projection Camera

I received this wonderful Luna Interactive Projection Camera from Learning Resources to try out in our classroom. The camera is light weight, simple to use, and plugs into a USB port on your computer so you can view and record photos and video…

The camera is very simple to use. It can record video or take still photos with a simple push of a button. I shared the camera with my students on several occasions by setting it out on a table for the children to view their activities as they worked…

The arm of the camera is bendable so the children can position the camera lens (located at the top) to point up or down…

There are far more possible uses for this camera than I have tried so far. It can certainly be used as a teaching tool and if a projector is added, the children would be able to view their work on a large screen or wall…

For now, my students have enjoyed just viewing their hands at work on the computer screen…

There is something special about creating a design with blocks or items from nature then looking over and seeing the design from a different perspective…

In case you missed this post, you can view the nature window books seen in these photos by clicking on this link….

And of course, sometimes it is just fun to point the camera up at our faces and take a quick photo!

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 Disclosure: I received the Luna Interactive Projection Camera to review and provide this give-away. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions are 100% my own.