3 cheap ways to amp up campus A/V

ATEM 1 M/E Production Studio 4K from Blackmagic Design: ATEM Production Studio 4K has features a college would need for the most innovative live concerts, sporting events, theater productions, and conferences on campus. When a school is doing live events with super large high resolution screens, simply switch your ATEM Production Studio 4K to Ultra HD brings incredible quality to the event, according to higher-ed customers. ATEM includes features such as a chroma key, creative transitions, media pool, downstream keyers, and audio mixer.

HuddleVU Collaboration Tables from FSR: This was among the many FSR releases at this year’s InfoComm conference in Las Vegas. The  new  HuddleVU  Dugout seats  up  to  12  users  who  can  share  their  information  on  one  or  two  large  monitor  screens. The  dual  height  tables  seat  the  users  at  two  viewing  levels  to  maximize  space,  reduce  visual  obstructions  and  provide  seating  comfort. Two  additional  seating  areas  can  be  utilized  for  handicapped  seating  as  required. The  inner  table  boxes  furnish  AC  Power,  Device  charging,  AV  Connectivity  and  Control  while  the  outer  table  has  AC  power  and  device  charging. There  are  a  variety  of  table  finishes  available  as  well  as  upholstery  styles  to  match  existing  decor.

Constellation by Meyer Sound Laboratories: Constellation has been described as a breakthrough in acoustical science providing an effective solution to the complex challenge of attaining optimal, yet flexible acoustics in building design. With Constellation, colleges and universities have the ability to design state-of-the-art multi-purpose venues without the constraints or expense of traditional materials and room shape. The acoustical effectiveness, ease of control, and invisibility of Constellation will enhance the success of your venue. “The key to the versatility of the [campus auditorium] is the Constellation system, which allows us to instantaneously reset the acoustics of the room, tailoring it to any kind of music,” said Peter Otto, director of music technology at the University of California San Diego Department of Music. “Constellation gives us the versatility of a multipurpose room without the usual compromises in acoustics. Prior to the opening of our music center we had many unhappy experiences with multipurpose rooms.”

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