While focusing in on the mouth, I enjoyed looking up close to my inside cheek lining and to my back teeth. Cavities look pretty interesting from another viewpoint. While exploring my mouth, I started talking and noticed how clear the movement of the mouth is. The lips, the teeth, the tongue all were able to be seen. One of my best friends is a speech and language pathologist, and I immediately thought of ways she could use this with her students. The camera is clear, it is on a long cord, and I think students will be able to use it to self-regulate during their therapy. Below is a quick video I created this afternoon so you can get a better viewpoint of what it is like. (I used screencast-o-matic to record the video, which made the endoscope cam to appear not as clear. I assure you, it is better when you are watching the camera live.)
Overall, I am very happy with this product thus far, and I am so glad that I took a bit of time today to play and discover! What a concept...learning through play and discovery!