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Ott Hall Physical Therapy Classroom and Lab 153


The classroom has three displays which show content from the teaching station (lecture mode) or, when in collaboration mode, unique sources.

  • A - Short Throw Interactive Projector
    • Projects onto whiteboard on the short wall (front of the room)
  • B - Short Throw Interactive Projector
    • Projects onto whiteboard on the long wall (side of the room)
    • set projector to HDMI input for local collaborative mode; set projector to HDBT input for lecture, or mirrored mode
  • C - A TV on a mobile cart, between the door and window (side of the room)
    • set TV to HDMI input 1 for lecture, or mirrored mode; set TV to HDMI input 2 for local collaboration mode
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (16:9 aspect ratio)


The teaching station offers multiple sources which can be shown on one or more of the displays:

  • HDMI cable for a mobile device (Laptop, tablet or smart phone)
  • Wireless cast/mirror a mobile device, using Airplay, Miracast, or Google cast (no apps required)
  • Desktop PC
    • USB document camera
    • USB webcam
  • Browser
  • Digital Whiteboard


  • Ceiling Speakers
  • Volume control on interactive monitor
  • Wireless lapel microphone or handheld microphone for voice amplification and videoconferencing/hybrid classes
  • Volume knob in the cabinet controls wireless microphones in the room
  • Wireless remote control can adjust the TV volume.


  • 24" Touchscreen Monitor, for source selection, control of projector, and digital white-boarding.
  • TV on mobile cart must be turned on with side panel button or wireless remote control.
  • WolfVision Cynap processor

Equipment Location

  • Cabinet in front corner of room (155)


Turning on the System

  1. If the monitor appears dark, tap the screen to wake up the system. This turns on both projectors.
    • Troubleshooting: If the monitor and projector do not turn on, open the front door of the cart and press the green power button on the Cynap device. If the monitor is turned off, touch the LED on the bottom right edge of the monitor.
  2. Turn on, and connect your desired Source using the HDMI cable or wirelessly connect.
    • If you want to use the provided desktop PC, wiggle the mouse, or press a key on the keyboard to wake the PC from sleep mode.
    • When the PC is on and awake, it will automatically appear on the projector displays.
    • When the laptop or tablet is connected to the teaching station's HDMI cable, it will automatically appear on the displays.
    • If you want to select a new source, Tap the screen to show the control ribbon; then tap on the yellow [+] button to be able to select the desired source.
  3. To turn on the TV, locate the TV's wireless remote control, aim it at the front of the TV, and press the ON button.
    • Set TV's input to HDMI input 1 for lecture mode, to mirror what is visible on the projector displays
    • Set TV's input to HDMI input 2 for local collaboration mode, and connect a laptop to the provided HDMI cable.

Turning off the System

  1. To turn off the system:   
    • Tap the screen and click on the [...] icon in the bottom right corner.
    • Tap the End Presentation button and choose Power Saving.
  2. Please leave the PC and monitor powered on, to allow automatic installation of security updates, and simplified system start-up by the next user.

Using the Microphones

The wireless handheld and body-worn microphones are stored in zippered leather pouches, inside the drawer.

  1. Locate the microphone's power switch. Slide the switch to power On or Off. The LED will illuminate green when powered ON, and dark when powered OFF.
    • The wireless microphones require two AA batteries.
    • The wireless microphones in this room do not work in other classrooms and must stay in this room.
    • The microphone audio will be heard through the ceiling speakers during lecture mode. Volume can be controlled using the black knob inside the cabinet.
  2. Alternative microphone options within a video conference or lecture capture include the HoverCam or Logitech Brio webcam.

Using the Camera

  1. Document Camera: Connect the HoverCam to the computer's front USB jack, using the provided orange USB cable. Use the buttons on the base of the HoverCam to Zoom in or out. Use a switch on the side of the HoverCam to turn the lamp on or off. Open the Camera app on the PC, and maximize the window.
  2. Webcam: Connect the Logitech Brio webcam to the front USB jack of the PC, using the USB extension cable. Open the Logitech software on the computer, and position the microphone boom stand with gooseneck. Extend the stand to its full height, if using it to capture content written on the whiteboard. Use the Logitech software to Zoom the camera in or out.
  3. Also in Zoom or Teams, the HoverCam or the Brio can be selected as a microphone input.

For advanced instructions of the Cynap standard classroom technology, click here.

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