Quick set up guide
Quick set up guide
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Quick set up guide for
Genee Vision 150 visualiser
Quick guide contents
Now that you have received your visualiser you will want to get started straight away.
Visualisers can be used independently through a direct connection to a projector or monitor screen,
or can be linked to a computer to integrate with software applications and interactive whiteboards.
Over the next few pages you will be shown how to connect and operate your visualiser.
1. Package contents
2. Connectivity identification
3. Connecting to a projector
4. Using the features
5. Loading the software
6.FAQ
7.Support
1
Package contents
Visualiser unit
USB
A-A lead
IEC mains
cable
Remote control
Software CD
Power supply
adapter
VGA
male-male
2
Connectivity identification
Connection ports
DC-12V
USB
RGB OUT 1
DC-12V
External 12V power adapter input connector
USB
Computer image capture and video recording for both PC and Mac
RGB OUT 1
RGB output
3
Connecting to a projector
You can simply use your visualiser as a presentation
tool with a single (VGA) connection to a projector or
display screen:
‘DC-12V’
socket
‘RGB OUT’
socket
‘RGB in’
socket
VGA lead
(direct to projector,
screen or wall plate
socket)
Projector
You should now be able to see any 2D or 3D object placed under the camera, and use the built-in
functions.
4
Using the features
The visualisers have built-in functions that can be operated either from the control panel buttons or
from the remote control.
Button functions on the remote
Button functions on the visualiser
Zoom button
Press the + or – button to
zoom in or zoom out
Light button
Each time you press the button,
the lighting changes as below:
–
The body lights on
s
+
s
Lights off
Power
Press the button once to power on
the visualiser; press the button again
to power off the visualiser
POWER
SAVE
RECALL
LAMP
FREEZE NEG
MIRROR
Split
XGA
B&W
Title
Control the visualiser On/Off
Save an image
View saved images
Control the arm lights
Freeze the image
Display negative image
Reverse the image
Image Split function
XGA/SXGA
Add and remove colour
Freeze the top 1/8 of the
screen
Projector power Control projector if linked
Projector input Input selection
TEXT
Sharpens image
+ T/W – Increase and decrease the
magnification
BRIGHT + / -
Alters brightness
Far/Near
Focus far or near
AUTO
To auto adjust white balance
and auto focus
RED + / -
Alter colour balance
BLUE + / -
Alter colour balance
Remarks:
Frz, Title, and Split functions
are available on PROJECTOR
OUT and USB ports.
5
Loading the software
The accompanying disk has essential software
for enabling your computer to recognise the
visualiser and capture images, both still and
moving. This will be done through the USB
connecting lead.
The driver for your operating system must
be installed before connecting the USB lead.
The set-up wizard will take you through the
process.
VideoCap and Genee Toolbar are programs
that will give you live camera windows and
whiteboard tools on your desktop, allowing
you to annotate over them or capture in
common image and video formats that can
be incorporated into different applications.
‘USB’ socket
USB
lead
The disk also contains additional information, including user guides and training videos.
6
FAQ
1
I cannot get an image through the projector
i. Is the power connected and switched on (see step 3)?
ii. Is the lens cover open?
iii.Is the VGA lead connection from the projector plugged into the visualiser?
2
How do I switch to my desktop image on my board?
Swap the VGA projector lead from the visualiser to your computer.
3
How do I annotate over my visualiser images?
i. Check that the supplied VideoCap and/or Genee Toolbar has been installed.
ii. Check that the supplied USB lead is connecting the visualiser to your computer.
iii.Open either the VideoCap or Genee Toolbar software to get a live video window (you may
have to select the USB 2861 camera if there is a choice).
iv.You can now use your IWB tools or the Genee Toolbar tools to annotate over.
4
Will this work with any board?
Yes.
5
Can I save these images?
VideoCap and Genee Toolbar will save both still images and video images. You can also use
generic programs such as Microsoft MovieMaker or insert images directly onto Word pages, for
example, by going to the ‘insert from camera or scanner’ command.
Please contact technical@geneeworld.com if the problem persists.
7
Support
Free technical helpline
Tel: 0870 386 1900 Option 4
Email: technical@geneeworld.com
Website: www.geneeworld.com
UK warranty: 5 years collect and return
International warranty: available on request
Leaders in learning technology
Genee World
PO Box 3256
Wolverhampton
WV3 0LA
Sales Tel:
0870 386 1900
Fax:
0870 405 0188
Email:enquiries@geneeworld.com
Web:www.geneeworld.com
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