Adventist Schools Victoria oversees the provision of quality Christian education from a Seventh-day Adventist viewpoint in Victoria. Having recently teamed-up with Vision One on a number of school projects, Adventist Schools Victoria once again collaborated with our creative AV experts on the scope and implementation of their new Boardroom AV system.
To begin, we installed an Epson EB-1470Ui Ultra Short Throw Interactive Laser Projector onto a custom-built, Slimline, Low gloss 2400mm x 1200mm Commercial Whiteboard. Powered by breakthrough laser technology, the EB-1470Ui transforms yesterday’s conference room into tomorrow’s collaborative meeting space, uniting people, ideas and technology in a seamless digital experience. The EB-1470Ui facilitates better communication by turning nearly any flat surface interactive, displaying larger-than-life, Full HD WUXGA images up to 100″ diagonal. Plus, it provides up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation.
For audio, we installed 4x Australian Monitor in-Ceiling Flush-Mounted Speakers and controlled the entire system with our custom-made JED T440 Projector Keypad Wall Controller.
A HuddleCam 10x Optical Zoom PTZ USB Camera was installed on a wall bracket above the whiteboard while a Biamp Devio SCR-20 Conference Room Docking System was installed in a dedicated AV/network rack. Intended for huddle rooms or small conference rooms, the SCR-20 uses beamtracking™ microphones and professional grade DSP to optimise the audio quality, allowing far-end conference participants to experience the conversation naturally.
Multiple connection points were configured: firstly, in a floor box (HDMI & USB) and secondly, in an AV/network rack for use with a dedicated video conference PC. Users are able to engage in a Zoom Conference Call via a wireless keyboard/mouse kit that seamlessly integrates both the HuddleCam and Beamtracking microphones into the soft-codec VC system.
The laptop’s HDMI point was also configured to allowed for “mirrored/duplicated” content to appear not only on the interactive projector, but to 2x display panels to the side and rear walls of the boardroom.