Looking for a GREAT document camera? Meet HUE!

Hey!  Holly here, from Mrs. Ehle's Kindergarten Connections!

Have you secretly dreamed of having your own "Doc Cam" in your classroom?  Let me guess...you've seen the multi-hundred dollar price tags of some of the big name brands.  Not possible on your school or personal budget?  Well...no worries!  I have the answer for you!!!

Meet HUE...

Hue HD Webcam and Box

This little guy is the answer to all of your doc cam needs!
He simply plugs in to your computer and operates just like an expensive document camera!  He takes pictures, he records, he projects things onto your "Smart" board (or other interactive board), he can zoom in and out, he can SKYPE, and he can record sound!  He's a super flexible and re-positionable too! (It’s for MAC or PC!)
This little guy does it all!
And did I mention they come in PINK!  (And many other colors too!)


The BEST part is...He is only

$49.00!

It's one of the best kept "techie" secrets out there!


Are you excited or what?!!  The possibilities for making your content come alive are now limitless!   How about recording a video snippet everyday of those tadpoles in your science center...then combining the snippets to create a mini-movie of the life cycle of a frog?!  Or using "HUE" to record student reading behaviors and creating developmental portfolios for your kiddos?   How about using "Skype" to communicate with "pen pal" classes around your district, state, or world?!  Or... simply use this little man to project a regular book up on your interactive whiteboard screen for the whole class to view!


 


Here is what the HUE developers have to say about using it in Education...

The HUE USB camera is a cost-effective alternative to a standard classroom document camera/visualizer. Easy to use and portable, this camera is popular with teachers and students throughout the world.
The camera is 'plug and play' on Windows PCs and Macs and compatible with most video conferencing, streaming and web-casting software i.e., Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk, iChat, FaceTime, uStream etc.
By connecting your HUE camera to your computer and a projector, you can share students' work, books, experiments and pictures.
Use the camera for real time live video and for recording sound and video. The HUE USB camera produces excellent image quality even when projected onto a whiteboard.
The built-in microphone allows you to record your presentation or a student speaking about a topic. With its weighted base and flexible neck, HUE can also be used to magnify very small items such as insects, circuit boards and more to share them with the whole classroom.

Click HERE to learn more about HUE!


HUE is getting a lot of attention…it’s been on Good Morning America and is featured in the Tech Buyer’s Guide in Time Magazine’s Best Inventions. Hue Animation Studio also recently placed first in the Best Arts and Craft category at the Dad's Choice Awards.

Many of our very own BLOG HOPPIN' authors are using them in their classrooms right now!

Cheryl, from Primary Graffiti, shared these pics and this idea of making a mini movie and turning it into a mini-lesson.  Cheryl is working on creating a visual rubric, and the pictures here show how she is using HUE to show the progression!  Great idea!






So…How about you?  Do ya’ want one?    Well…We are giving one away!
HOORAY!

Simply enter our Rafflecopter give-away below for your chance to win!
a Rafflecopter giveaway


HUE also has some INCREDIBLE stop animation software that is 

SUPER KID FRIENDLY!   

Check this out!



For more information about HUE's animation software, click on the picture below!


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Looking forward to hearing about all of the great techie projects y'all will come up with using the HUE!

20 comments:

  1. This looks like it would be great fun in the classroom.

    Julie
    Math is Elementary

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  2. Oh my, this looks like it would be perfect in my classroom. Thanks for the chance to win!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  3. Thanks so much!!!!! I just ordered one from Amazon after seeing your post!
    -Lisa
    Grade 4 Buzz

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  4. I would love to use this in science!!

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  5. Looks like this could add so much excitement to our learning!

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  6. could have used it today so show my students what i wanted on their paper. :)

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  7. I love how little space it takes!

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  8. I can't believe I'm seeing this! I have been looking for one but just wasn't sure I wanted to part with that much money. Thank you so much for posting this information! Even if I don't actually win, you have helped me tremendously!

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  9. I love this! I always thought a doc cam would be beyond my budget and I didn't even look! Wow!

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  10. This is terrific, I would use it to record my students presentations!

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  11. This looks amazing, thank you for sharing! I'm asking Santa to bring me one for Christmas:)

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  12. Looks awesome! would love to try it out in my own room. :)

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  13. I'd seriously love this! I'd use it for sharing examples of work samples.

    Joyfully,
    Sam
    rigbys2014@gmail.com

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  14. Thanks for the opportunity. Would love to use this during my push-in lessons.

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  15. I could use this with every subject to show student examples, how to read and track, math manipulatives, etc!. :)

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  16. I would use it during our protractor unit and during any hands-on activities. Great way to display examples, too. Thanks for hosting a fabulous giveaway!

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  17. Would love this!!! It would make whole group work so much easier!!!

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  18. Wow! This would work perfect in my classroom, and it seems easier to use than my school's document camera.

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  19. Right now I thinking science and reading books together, but I know I can come up with more! ~ Lisa

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  20. Would love this for small group pull out!

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