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What is it?

The Huddle Cameras specialize in lab demonstrations. They work as portable devices to capture closeup detailed footage at makeshift stations. They can be found in the following rooms:


Where is it?

Ausberger Art Center - (AC)

100, 101, 103

Mount Clinton Apartments - (MT)


Suter Science Center (SSC)

003, 017, 020, 025, 033, 037, 039, 043, 049, 049A



The Cable

The Huddle Camera connects to your laptop. The Huddle cams are equipped with a USB to USB 3.0 cable. Plug the USB end into your laptop. 

The USB 3.0 end should stay plugged into the camera as shown here.


The Tripod

The Huddle Camera is mounted on a tripod with adjustable height. Use the tripod leg extenders to increase and decrease the height.

The Remote

The Huddle Camera comes with a remote. It can be used to change the video settings.

Zooming In

To zoom in on the video, press the + or - buttons on the bottom half of the remote. The set on the left will zoom in slowly and the set on the right will zoom in quickly.


Press the arrow keys (<^v>) in the center of the remote to pan the video. The video must be zoomed in to pan.


Once connected to a Zoom meeting:

  1. Point the remote at the camera and press "Menu"

  2. Use the arrow buttons to find "Image" on the pop-up menu. Press "OK"

  3. Use the left and right arrows to increase and decrease the "Luminescence" (We recommend keeping it at 10)

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