GENEE 6100 PDF

Use one hand holds the base of the visualiser, use the other hand carefully lift up the camera stand of the unit. Open the arm lights and rotate the camera head until they are in proper positions. Arm lights 3. Page 10 OUT port to be displayed on the screen.

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What happens if the object I want to view is bigger than the plate on the visualiser? Simply angle the camera so that it points to the table or desk in front or behind the visualiser and zoom out to get the biggest image possible. Use it in this way when carrying out science practical demonstrations or food technology demonstrations or a process on a machine such as threading a sewing machine or using a CNC machine in Technology. Registrar What happens to the data we enter into Registrar in our school?

The system sits on a computer that you have purchased and sits on your network. We have no access to this without your consent and would always ask for this before doing so. You always remain the controller of the data and we would only ever do what is agreed in our maintenance contract.

What happens to the data if we use other services such as the support desk, or Genee Cloud? When we process data on your behalf we will only ever do what has been agreed in the contract. For example, we will never share your data with a third-party organisation or handle it in a way that has not been explained in the contract.

Where data is processed in the cloud or by our staff, it is done so in a way that complies with the GDPR. More details of this can be found in our data sharing agreement which can be requested by customers, and our privacy policy statement which can be downloaded.

Where do you store my information in the cloud? Any data that we process using a cloud-based service is a secure service hosted by a Tier 1 service provider and is stored in line with the requirements laid out in GDPR.

Data stored at Genee offices is done so on our secure network. More details of this can be found in our data sharing agreement which can be requested by customers, and our privacy policy statement. Do I need to get consent from my pupils, staff and parents to use Registrar in my school? This legislation requires schools to keep records and the choice of how you do this is down to you. Additional consent is required if you are using biometric identification, but this is obtained from visitors as they arrive.

What information of mine do Genee process? Genee only process your data that is required as part of the contract we have with your organisation. This varies depending on the service purchased. Details for each service can be found in our data sharing agreement which can be requested by customers, and our privacy policy statement which can be downloaded.

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Genee Vision 6100 User Manual

Genee Vision Visualisers are used in education, training, conferences, video conferencing and product presentations. Here are a few applications of a visualiser Show a science experiment demonstration Annotate over images and text, and enlarge small text Have pupils demonstrate methods used in their work Display paintings, artefacts or photographs are too delicate to pass around the classroom Praise work immediately by presenting it on the Visualiser and annotating their achievements Public Sector The Visualiser can be used in telemedicine, or in training to show an x-ray to large or small groups The police, fire department and network rail can all perform compelling workshops by showing equipment and props Do away with time handing out media and prepping, which allows you to perform more workshops, training sessions and support programs Business Reduce preparation times for meeting by not having to photocopy. Clearly demonstrate your products smallest details to all of your co-workers or employees all at the same time using the powerful zoom feature. Demonstrate your products killer applications and benefits on a large display at exhibits and shows. Keep your latest high-tech gadget or precious jewellery safe behind the counter while displaying the aesthetic value or functionality The possibilities are endless.

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Genee 6100 Manual

What happens if the object I want to view is bigger than the plate on the visualiser? Simply angle the camera so that it points to the table or desk in front or behind the visualiser and zoom out to get the biggest image possible. Use it in this way when carrying out science practical demonstrations or food technology demonstrations or a process on a machine such as threading a sewing machine or using a CNC machine in Technology. Registrar What happens to the data we enter into Registrar in our school? The system sits on a computer that you have purchased and sits on your network.

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