Video Image Guide Scope

November 1st, 2007

Three-In-One has developed a boroscope that is capable of supplying video directly to a computer. Dubbed the VIGS-918 (Video Image Guide Scope), this unit connects to a PC/Laptop via a USB cable. The included software allows you to see the video on a computer screen and record it for later playback. An integrated LED light source helps illuminate the area being viewed. This has obvious uses, such as in a classroom situation. But, it would also be useful for sharing video online for diagnostic help, or just to have as something to go back to, without having to pull stuff back apart. MSRP is $990.

For more information on boroscope’s, see our previous post on the topic.

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