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Tucsen is proud to contribute to the Wildlife Learning Center (WLC)

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2016-01-28
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A few days ago, Tucsen for the U.S. Wildlife Learning Center donated a TrueChrome II color HDMI camera which was worth $2800.The camera will be used for live demonstrations and in recording ongoing research at WLC. This is the first time WLC received a donation from Chinese enterprises.

 

 

“Tucsen is delighted to be able to enhance the capabilities of the WLC” said Mike Blake Business Development Director for Tucsen Photonics.

 

Because of the excellent performance and remarkable quality, TrueChrome II has won great acclaim from customers since it was launched in August 2014.The powerful advantages of TrueChrome II, including 30fps high speed video recording, 1080P high definition live images, excellent capability for fluorescence, highly intelligent imaging, remarkable 3D live image de-noise,dual live video stream to a PC and simple operation. These are more helpful for WLC to carry out the teaching research in experiment lessons of biology.

 

 

As noted by David Riherd, Co-Founder and Executive director of WLC, “The camera will be a wonderful teaching tool for WLC and we’re excited to use it”. 

 

The WLC is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the next generation of professional life scientists. Its mission statement ‘To Provide sanctuary and lifetime care to wildlife in need and to educate the public to care about wildlife, the life sciences, conservation, and the environment we share.’  

 

The Center’s outreach programs serve the greater Los Angeles area including Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, Sylmar, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, Valencia, Granada Hills, Northridge, Reseda, Nan Nuys, Sherman Oaks, Pasadena, Glendale, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Malibu.

 

Within this broad area, WLC runs an outreach program were they visit colleges, high schools, and elementary schools. They sponsor adult educational programs and provide internships for promising students entering a career in veterinary sciences. With the TrueChrome camera, WLC will use it in their outreach programs.  

 

 

The donation of Tucsen is not only for the care of wild animals, but also it is the perfect representation of”From the society and for the society”. Through this donation, we hope to call for more companies to join the wildlife protection, and construct an ecologically harmonious homeland.

 

More information about WLC, please visit at: http://www.wildlifelearningcenter.com/

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