Projection Brings Projection Microscope Technology To The Field Of Study

Projection is proud to announce that it is making its line of projection microscopes available to learning institutions.
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Aug. 12, 2007 - PRLog -- (St. Louis, Missouri)  Projection is proud to announce that it is making its line of projection microscopes available to learning institutions for studies that require the magnification of specimens and projection onto a large screen.

Microscopes from Projection has all the functions of a high power compound light microscope, plus the ability to project the images clearly onto a wall or onto a projection screen for mass viewing.  Projection microscopes are typically ideal for classroom applications needing equipment to study microscopic biological matter.  Images from a projection microscope is far better in quality than that viewed from an overhead or slide projector, as images seen on a projection microscope is viewed through high quality optics and is viewed in real time, not a saved image previously taken and then projected onto a screen.  The clarity and resolution often seen in overhead projection displays are often dependent upon the quality of the slide being shown, unlike in projection microscopes, where the image is projected in high resolution onto a wall or screen for all to see.

Projection provides low cost solutions to all projection microscopy needs, particularly projection microscopy equipment for biological study applications in schools and learning institutions and for demonstration purposes.

Microscopes from Projection Microscopes can also be connected to a personal computer or laptop via USB connectivity, allowing the images magnified by the projection microscope to be viewed from a computer or LCD monitor, and the images saved in a digital format for storage and later viewing.  Microscopes from Projection have magnifying powers from 75X to 600X, and it also comes equipped with an on-screen scale, allowing for accurate measurements of the specimen being viewed.

For more information about Projection, email, or call 1877.215.3795 toll free.

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