【Case Study】University of Bath

By Lumens Editor Group

December 31, 2015 17191

University of Bath

•Date:  2014 – 2015
•Country: United Kingdom
•City: Bath
•Website: https://www.bath.ac.uk/
•Application: Education
•Lumens Product: Document Camera DC192


The University of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the largest installations of Lumens visualizers in the U.K.
The University opted for DC192 as standard equipment for all teaching spaces. More than 80 visualizers have been installed in seminar rooms and lecture theatres.
The DC192 sits on the lectern top which enables lecturers to present a sheet of paper, magazines, books, and objects in real-time.
Large lectern desks in lecture theatres are equipped with two visualizers and displayed side by side by a projector.

Why DC192

Outstanding Full HD image quality
One-click autotune for easy set-up
LED sidelight prevent reflections
Flexible and joint-free gooseneck gives 360° control
30 FPS for smooth dynamic images
8x optical zoom reveals fine details

“The DC192 is easy to use”

 “Set-up is automatic. Turn it on and then with one click of the autotune button, the visualiser will focus automatically and adjust the brightness
and colour to suit the specific conditions – and it’s ready to use”

Rob Hyde
Head of University of Bath AudioVisual team