Over at Learning Curves, she’s making a document camera out of a standalone iSight camera and a $6 desk lamp from Target. The results are surprisingly good. I wonder how well this works in low-light situations; but still, the total cost of this project is well under $200, and most actual document cameras are around $1500 for the bottom-end models.
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