2. ECO2 USING THE CAMERA IN 2.07 SOFTWARE Set-Up Key The set-up key is the #2 key on the outer case of the device and is used for making quick modifications to a key. Emulation Software (PASS) This can be downloaded from the Liberator website and allows you to program your device on a PC; it is a virtual device on your PC. F9 is the Toolbox and F7 is the Modify Button on the Emulation Software USING THE IN-BUILT CAMERA ECO2s running Software Version 2.07 and below have a built-in camera. The lens is on the top back of the case. The camera is a fairly simple one and can be used to take pictures of things you might like to use for personalized icons or visual scenes. For best results your ECO should be upright on its stand, mounted on a table stand or mounted on a wheelchair. If the ECO is lying flat the camera lens will not be able to "see" much. You cannot take pictures, download them to a computer and print them out as you can with a full-blown digital camera. The camera will zoom in and allow you to pan in any direction. You can also hold a real photograph 6-8 inches away from the lens and take a picture of the photo. ECO2 version 2.07 4. 5. TAKING A PHOTO USING THE IN-BUILT CAMERA 1. Open the CAMERA menu from your Activity Row, select the ECO TOOLS key. Then select the CAMERA key. NOTE: You can also go to the Toolbox and select the CAMERA MENU. This menu may take a few seconds longer to open than other Toolbox menus. You will also see a picture in the View Finder. This will show whatever the camera lens is pointing at. NOTE: Your Camera feature must be turned ON in the Maintenance Menu before the Camera feature will work. To Turn ON the Camera, go to the Toolbox, select Maintenance Menu, and then Built-in Devices. Here you see the Camera feature select ON so the yellow box reads ON. Select OK three times to exit the menus and toolbox. 3. Select the Zoom-In key to bring specific objects or areas of the picture into closer focus. (Note: As you zoom-in, you will lose resolution. Eventually the picture will become very grainy). Once Zoom-In is selected, the Pan keys also become available to use. The Pan keys allow you to move up, down and sideways in the picture. Zoom-Out allows you to return to the original picture. Select the Take Picture key once you have the desired image within the View Finder. 6. The Picture Preview frame shows you the picture you just took. (Notice that all the option buttons on the right have become active) 7. If you like the picture you can select Save as Icon, Save as Scene, or Create Visual Scene. NOTE: If you don't like the picture you can take another one. The new picture will replace the old one in Picture Preview frame. You can also select Cancel or OK. Both options will exit the menu without saving any pictures. SAVING YOUR PHOTO AS AN ICON If you select Save as Icon, you see the "Icon options" menu. You can name your picture Rotate your picture left or right. We recommend that Maintain Aspect Ratio be set to YES. Select OK When you are satisfied with the picture. The new icon is now included in the Visual Scene picture pages. You can find it when you create a Visual Scene. CREATING A VISUAL SCENE WITH YOUR PHOTO If you select Create Visual Scene: 1. Your device will automatically insert the scene into the TEMPLATE PAGE for your user Area. Liberator contacts Office Technical Support: 01733 370 470 (Option 2) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. ECO2 version 2.07 USEFUL TIP If you wish to take photos for downloading to your PC and printing, you will then need to install other camera software. You must first turn CAMERA Off in the Built-in Devices sub-menu. You may also need to install a new driver to go with the new camera. Regional Consultants Mark Street: 07747016660 Verity- Jane Hart: 07879818788 Eleri Davies: 07827324286 Jacqui Malthouse: 07825512669 Paul Whitehouse: 07879418897 You can name your picture Rotate your picture left or right. We recommend that Maintain Aspect Ratio be set to YES. Select OK. When you are satisfied with the picture. The new icon is now included in the IMPORTS folder on your Icon Categories pages. You can find it when you select the Change Icon option from any storing menu. SAVING YOUR PHOTO AS A VISUAL SCENE If you select Save as Scene, you see the "visual scene options" menu. NOTE: When you select Create Visual Scene, your picture is also automatically saved in the Change Visual Scene menu pages. Select any key on the overlay Select Rename Page Press Clear Display Spell the name for the new Scene Page and select OK. If you wish to change the size of the scene, select Change Visual Scene and select Set Scene Keys. Select the area you want the picture to cover by selecting a top right corner key and bottom left corner key. Then select OK. Select Choose Next Key to Define Now you can begin defining keys on your new Scene Page.