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Hands-Free HD Camera Simplifies Video Creation in Dental Applications

February 24th, 2010 · 2 Comments

inVisionCamÔ to be demonstrated at ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition, March 1-2

(Savannah, GA) February 24, 2010 – Stage Front Presentation Systems today announced inVisionCam, a hands-free camera that generates high-definition video for use in dental instruction and teledentistry.

Featuring an integrated high-definition camera, light source and microphone mounted on an articulated arm, inVisionCam looks and moves like a dental light. Generating video is a simple matter of switching inVisionCam on, positioning it to illuminate any dental area, and speaking in a normal voice. As the instructor or dentist focuses on dentistry, inVisionCam generates smooth, jitter-free HD video, with easy repositioning as needed.

“inVisionCam introduces a unique no-fuss, no-assistance-required approach to dental video,” said Phil Smith, new markets manager at dental equipment manufacturer A-dec. “I would expect most dental professionals working in teaching or teledentistry to consider it worth a close look.”

In its basic configuration, inVisionCam is ready to serve as a video component in Stage Front’s Multimedia Teaching System (MTS), which currently delivers audio/video to student bench-tops in over half of U.S. dental schools. Optional broadcast and storage add-ons enable video routing to distance learning and teledentistry facilities, or to a storage device for replay on demand.

“The need for inVisionCam became clear in our experience with dental schools,” said Steve Stephens, Stage Front president. “Several instructors have told us that a video camera that doesn’t require handling or an assistant would be a welcome addition to MTS. We designed inVisionCam to meet those instructors’ needs, and added broadcast and storage options to enable wider use within the field of dentistry.”

inVisionCam is available directly from Stage Front at pricing below $30,000, including installation. Stage Front will demonstrate inVisionCam in booth # 527 at the 2010 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition, March 1-2, in Washington, DC.

About Stage Front Presentation Systems

Established in 1978, Stage Front designs and deploys high-impact technical systems that help people educate, communicate, and entertain. For institutions of higher learning, Stage Front equips teaching spaces to deliver curriculum via a variety of electronic sources including computer, broadband television, DVD, document camera, electronic whiteboard, microscope camera, and other forms of audio-visual input. From the simplest large-screen display to complex distance learning applications, Stage Front has the solution for virtually any educational need. For more information, visit

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  • 1 Melanie Rivera // Mar 2, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    Fantastic new tech stuff, I love it!

  • 2 Melanie Rivera // Mar 2, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    Fantastic new tech stuff, I love it!

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