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Share the Most Vivid Details

Learning becomes a more realistic, captivating experience with the ActiView visual presenter. Grab your students’ attention while examining and labeling cells in a biology lesson, manipulating a 3-D mathematical model, zooming in on a painting’s brushstrokes or collaboratively revising a student’s essay. With ActiView, the entire class can focus on even the smallest of details.  

ActiView brings the whole world into vivid focus by providing expansive interactive learning opportunities that make a lasting impression on students.

Why ActiView?

Easy-to-use, integrated
Use ActiView with ActivInspire to seamlessly transform images and video into instant lesson content that can be annotated over or saved for use in future lessons.  Not an ActivInspire user? ActiView also comes equipped with its own easy-to-use software.

Bring any subject to life
ActiView can enliven any subject area. Examine cells in mitosis under a microscope, capture the flutter of butterfly wings, make math come alive with manipulatives that all students can see. The possibilities are endless.  

Perfect fit for your needs
The ActiView keeps it simple and is extremely portable allowing you to connect to multiple displays and even microscopes to show students a wide variety of items.

Key Features

  • Flexible gooseneck and adjustable side lamp—Easily adjust the camera and lamp to view delicate objects in vivid detail from infinite angles.
  • Versatile input modes—Select from a variety of input modes, including photo, text, 35 mm slide, grayscale, microscope, etc.
  • Small and easily portable—Lightweight in design, ActiView is easy to move around the room and share between classrooms—take it anywhere your lesson leads.
  • Video and audio recording option - With just one click, easily capture your day-to-day interactive lessons.
  • Full high-definition camera - Provides exceptional image quality and the highest quality digital video.

ActiView 122 and 322 are no longer available.

View the ActiView Specification Sheet (PDF) for complete details.

ActiView 324

Works with
All ActivBoards using ActivInspire software; also works with third-party hardware.

USB 2.0

Operating Systems
Windows, Mac & Linux

View ActiView Specification Sheet for complete details on ActiView 324.

What is ActiView?
ActiView is a Visual Presenter. By enabling printed materials and 3D objects to be viewed and shared, opportunities for collaboration and engagement are increased in the classroom. Facilitating the sharing of information and work, students can be supported either by the teacher or each other, promoting peer-to-peer learning.

What is included with the purchase of an ActiView?

  • ActiView 324 visual presenter
  • 1 x Software CD
  • 1 x Remote Control
  • 1 x VGA cable
  • 3 x power lead/cord (US/UK/EMEA)
  • 1 x USB cable
  • 1 x Composite cable
  • 1 x Microscope adapter
  • 1 x Quick Start Guide
  • 1 x User Manual

What file type are the images and videos saved in?
Still images are saved as .jpg format and video in .avi format.

Is it necessary to have an Interactive Whiteboard for the ActiView 324 to work?
An external display is required to view the camera's image. This could be an interactive whiteboard, projection screen or any display. When used with an ActivBoard, the ActiView 324 is optimized not only because it serves as a good display but also because it provides opportunity for interactivity with the image.

Can ActivInspire be used to annotate on the displayed or captured images?
Yes, ActivInspire can be used to annotate on the displayed and captured images. This is performed using Desktop mode or capturing the image directly onto a flipchart page.