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Ott Hall Classroom 260

OHSN Classroom 260

Three Displays

This classroom has a teaching station, sound system, and three displays.​​

  • A - Short Throw Interactive Projector
    • Mounted from Wall above the Whiteboard
    • at the front of the room
  • B and C - Short Throw Interactive Projectors (Currently Inactive)
    • Mounted from Wall above the Whiteboard
    • on the side walls
  • Projectors B and C can display an independent image using the local connection below the display. (Coming, fall 2022)
  • Resolution: 1280 x 800 (16:10 aspect ratio)


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


  • Ceiling Speakers
  • Audio from devices connected beneath projectors B and C will utilize the projector's built in speakers (Coming fall 2022)


  • Wireless projector remote control

Equipment Location

  • Spectrum Compact Presentation Lectern


Turning on the System

Turn on the projector using the wireless remote control

Connecting and Selecting a Source

  1. To connect a portable computer or tablet, you may connect it using using the HDMI cable (or by using one of the provided adapters attached to the HDMI cable).

  2. 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. Plug the laptop HDMI cable into the HDMI jack inside the door of the teaching station, just to the left of the PC. If the PC is powered off, press its power button.

Turning off the System

  1. Turn off the projector using the wireless remote control

  2. Please leave the PC and monitor powered on. This way, it will enter sleep mode, and receive any necessary security updates, and it will be ready for the next use.


A Logitech Brio webcam is connected to the PC, by USB cable.

To use it as a document camera, open the Camera app on the PC, maximize the window.

To use it as a webcam, open conferencing software like Zoom or Teams.


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