Microscopy training courses are an essential part in the curricula of life- and earth sciences.
Your students use microscopes in order to understand the morphology of human, animal or plant cells. They need to gain deeper knowledge of sample preparation, staining procedures and finally sample examination to identity e.g. blood cell disorders. Some lectures require a thorough knowledge of various microscopy techniques and software for image acquisition and documentation.
Hand drawings of samples like onion ephithelium or oral mucosa still play an important role. In addition, digital school equipment e.g. smart boards, tablets, e-learning and interactive video courses are becoming an essential part of your learning and teaching methods.
Whenever you are considering to buy new school equipment, count on a digital classroom. An interactive digital classroom helps to produce the engaging atmosphere that motivates students to discover their field of study and to reach their learning goals.
With ZEISS microscopes and the imaging app Labscope, it is easy to create a digital classroom with a network of connected school microscopes. You can now monitor all student microscopes from your iPad or iPhone. Get students awareness by interactively involving them in your teaching. Students gain learning success in a playful way and have fun in your training session by sharing their microscope images in their networks.
Benefit from a digital classroom:
- Move freely in the classroom while monitoring student microscopes.
- Talk to students and share their live stream with others.
- Pick a student’s images and explain them to others.
- Share images and videos online.
- Choose between two standard infrastructures (LAN or HDMI), or combine them for best performance.
Connect ZEISS Stemi 305 to your iPad
Set up a digital classroom with ZEISS Stemi 305
Keep on learning with online teaching
Give students access to your digital slides
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ZEISS Primo Star 3 HDcam
Primo Star 3 HDcam is your Wi-Fi capable student microscope for digital classrooms. It features an integrated 5 Megapixel HD streaming camera. You can connect microscopes in your classroom to Labscope, the imaging app from ZEISS. Your students can now share microscope images via Wi-Fi to HD monitors or projectors with the entire classroom. Or you can use the USB port to connect with a PC and ZEN lite, the free imaging software from ZEISS. Or you save your data directly to an SD card. Primo Star 3 HDcam is the ideal school microscope, offering all classic features students need to learn. Adding imaging with Labscope motivates students to follow your engaging and interactive teaching.
ZEISS Stemi 305
Stemi 305 is your compact stereo microscope with a 5:1 zoom – without accessories to lose. LED illuminations for reflected light and power supply are integrated in the stand. Use the flat transmitted light unit with LED illumination to contrast colored transparent specimens in brightfield and darkfield. This Greenough microscope will give you crisp 3D impressions. A complex sample preparation is not necessary. Use Stemi 305 trino with phototube or Stemi 305 cam with integrated camera to display the microscopic live image on a screen or iPad, engaging several visitors simultaneously. The microscope is reliable, robust and easy-to-use, especially for untrained or changing users. Just plug Stemi 305 in and play.
With Labscope, the imaging app for iPad or iPhone from ZEISS, you can display the live images of all connected student microscopes and share them with your digital classroom. You can assess the live image of each single student at any time. It's easy to snap images. Using an iPad you can add annotations, and save or export images straight to your server. With Labscope, you can save your images and all meta data in the ZEN compatible .czi file format. Or you save Jpegs to save disk space. Download the free imaging app Labscope from Apple’s App Store.