Microprojector Suits Science Instruction

The Ken-A-Vision Model X1000-1 "microprojector" can brightly project scientific slides onto a table or screen in full color.

A cooling fan not only extends the life of the lamp, but preserves living specimens for longer presentations. Because the objective lens sits below the slide, the lens cannot touch the medium. Special micro-projection optics assure sharp, clean images from edge to edge.

The X1000-1 comes with a teacher's manual and plastic dust cover. An optional Science Case includes 17 prepared slides for viewing goldfish, protazoa and more. Ken-a-Vision, Kansas City, MO, (816) 353-4787, www.ken-a-vision.com.  

This article originally appeared in the 01/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.

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