Beard Lecture Hall
Beard Art Center Lecture Hall 150 is a large, tiered classroom used for art and general education courses. It is fully digital and high definition, with voice amplification.
This classroom has a teaching station equipped with one large display:
- A Ceiling Mounted Epson Laser Projector
- Projects onto Manual Screen on the front wall of the room.
- Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (16:10 Aspect Ratio)
The teaching station will allow computers and mobile devices to be shown on the front projection screen:
HDMI cable with adapters for connecting a mobile device (Laptop, tablet or smart phone)
Wirelessly cast/mirror mobile device, using Airplay, Miracast, or Chromecast (no apps required)
HoverCam USB document camera, can be connected to Desktop PC, or to laptop with a USB 3.0 type A connectio
Volume buttons on control panel
Mute button on control panel
Wireless microphone: Beltpack with lapel microphone
requires 2 AA batteries
- Located in the Spectrum Link Lectern
The viewers in the back of the room are quite far from the screen. Use a larger size font, if possible, for presentations.
Ceiling lights are wired in banks, so the front bank, nearest the screen, can be turned off, to reduce the ambient light shining upon the screen, which washes out the projected image.
The projection screen is placed above--and therefore does not obscure--the dry erase board.