The MAPS Presentation Hall offers presentation and videoconferencing capabilities – using a ceiling mounted HD projector and a 165″ diagonal recessed screen. The source equipment includes one dedicated PC, DVD, cable TV and videoconference. Integrated point to point and multi-site HD videoconferencing is included and three cameras are mounted in the room. Wired and wireless microphones capture the audio for the videoconference systems and the audio from the source equipment project through ceiling speakers. The audio from the far side of the videoconference projects through wall speakers. The audio is 7.1 surround sound as the city uses the facility for movie nights, sports viewing, and other community events. The rooms are controlled using two color touch panels with custom programming – one in the lectern for basic presenter controls and the second in the control room for advanced functionality.
Meeting rooms are equipped with wall-mounted, ultra-short throw projectors and 87″ diagonal interactive whiteboards. An executive conference room also includes integrated audio conferencing and integrated point to point videoconferencing. Two cameras were mounted in the room and wired microphones capture the audio for both systems. For this room, audio from the source equipment, far side of the audio conference and far side of the videoconference is projected through ceiling speakers, and the room is controlled using a wireless color touch panel with custom programming.
Several secure, government encrypted videoconferencing mobile carts were created with 46” monitors. All equipment is housed within the cart and conveniently plugs in to power and network.
Sensory Technologies integrated several displays to show high resolution content in a custom created template – including windows for RSS feeds, image and video files, weather, date, time, etc. These systems have a 52″ LCD touch screen monitors and user- friendly digital signage software allows for remotely-updated content from a web interface. To maximize functionality, this digital signage solution shows MASP information but can switch to show overflow content from cameras in the auditorium.