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Articles tagged with: Conference Room

Good Audio, Good Collaboration

Good Audio, Good Collaboration

Audio, ironically, is the most important part of a Video Conferencing system. As participants use the video to see the others on the “far-side” and share content, the audio portion of the call is where the collaboration is really made. Participants talking back and forth and sharing ideas is the most important function of any conferencing system but poor audio makes collaboration tenuous and negates the purpose of the experience! Consider the experience an audience has in a movie theater where the audio is poor, or the environment is so noisy that they struggle to hear what is being said. This certainly takes away from the movie experience, leaving the audience dissatisfied and demanding a refund! The same holds true for your workplace collaboration. If microphones and speakers are not properly designed and placed, meeting productivity and effectiveness will suffer. So, how can you enhance your teams’ collaborative space.

Furniture and Fixture Changes Affect Technology Placement and More

Furniture and Fixture Changes Affect Technology Placement and More

The design was perfect. An AV System thoughtfully designed and engineered for your meeting space. A touch of a single button would command a laser projector to stealthily drop from a disguised ceiling tile on a scissor-lift. It would display content to the room’s occupants throughout the collaborative space at the optimal scale. The equipment had all been ordered and the trades had all been scheduled. And then, deep into the project; a request was made to change from a single light fixture over the center of the table to 3 pendant lights running its length. The pendants are an elegant addition, but the placement of one puts it directly in the path of the projector. It may not seem like a serious issue but repositioning the projector may require a specialized long or short-throw lens be added or a longer scissor-lift be specified. Along with moving any other affected ceiling features, the electrical drop may also need to be relocated. AV Systems are an integral part of room design and changes to walls, ceiling, flooring, lighting or furnishings will have a domino effect that could result in costly change orders and extend your project’s timeline.