See how universities are using Christie interactive displays and projectors to help students experiment, create, and play. You’ll also get a look at university installations where Christie MicroTiles are being used by schools to improve the learning process and showcase student achievement. This webinar covers:
Christie’s lineup of projectors and displays
Different types of projector illumination sources and where they work best
During this webinar, AVI-SPL Project Managers Mike Cenzer and Rob Thomsen look at the advanced audio visual solutions that make the new Hunt Library at North Carolina State University a model for the modern university library. With its video walls, visualization technology, and video conferencing spaces, the Hunt Library offers faculty and students flexible spaces for multimedia presentations, research and collaboration. Some of the areas we’ll touch on include the audio distribution by Biamp, AMX control system technology, the visual displays by Christie and Sharp, a SMART Technologies’ presentation system, and the video conferencing systems of Cisco.
About the presenters
Mike Cenzer, a project manager with AVI-SPL, has nearly 25 years of experience as an audio visual commercial integrator. His specialties include commercial audio/video sales, design, project management, and installation, as well as video conferencing and telepresence support.
Rob Thomsen is also a project manager with AVI-SPL, and works as part of the company’s Control Room Group division. Rob has 15 years of experience and has been with AVI-SPL for most of his career.
Today’s higher education environment can take advantage of the abundance of new applications for display and collaboration technology, both inside the classroom and, increasingly, all over campus, including:
However, before you commit to a solution you need to understand the considerations for choosing which technology application will best suit your needs.
Discover how visualization and simulation systems are being used for applications like research and training, and the different forms those systems can take. This tech paper includes a look visualization and simulation systems being used at the Hunt Library at North Carolina State University.
While the concept of a customer demo center is not new, the technologies available are. Today’s advanced and engaging technologies can be used to create an incredible experience for your guests that will not only amaze them, but help them better understand your company’s products and services. With respect to customer demo centers, this tech brief takes a deep dive into:
Designing a flexible space
Choosing innovative collaboration technologies
Finding a user-friendly control system
In this tech brief, you’ll explore interactive technologies, such as multi-touch video walls, 2D/3D visualization, and video collaboration, and learn how to choose the right technologies for your needs.