Belk Pavilion 208

Room Summary

Photo of desk placement of the room from the back corner Photo of classroom desk placement from the front. Photo of desk placement for the back of the room Photo of instructor station

Located on the second floor of Belk Pavilion, Room 208 serves as a flexible classroom, supporting various arrangements.

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How to Use Room: Base Level Operations

  1. To wake up the touch panel, tap the screen.
  2. Tap the Elon Logo to start up the system.
  3. Select an input from the list at the bottom. This source will be displayed on both projectors.
  4. To power down the system, tap the Power Off button.

Available Technology

Equipment Manufacturer Model / Type
Touch Panel Control Crestron TSW-1060
Projector (x2) Canon WUX400ST
AirMedia Crestron AM-101
Laptop Connectivity    
Web Camera Avaya HC020
Handheld Microphone Shure PGA58
     

1.) Touch Panel (Crestron)

Basic Instructions

  1. Once the system turns on, the projector control display will pop up on the screen.
  2. Tap the red X button on the top right hand part of the screen to go to the home screen.
    Home screen for touch panel with X button highlighted
  3. On the home screen, select an input from the bottom of the screen such as Laptop HDMI, Laptop VGA, AirMedia 1, and AirMedia 2.
    Home screen with selection images highlighted
  4. Select the Laptop - HDMI button to connect your device to the projectors with the provided HDMI cable.
    Photo of crestron control panel with HDMI option selected
  5. Select the Laptop - VGA button to connect your device to the projectors with the provided VGA cable.
    Photo of crestron control panel with VGA option selected
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2.) Projector (Canon)

Basic Instructions

  1. To wake up the touch panel, tap the screen, and tap the Elon Logo to start up the system.
  2. Select an input from the list at the bottom. This source will be displayed on both projectors.
  3. To mute both displays, press the Image Mute button in the upper left.
  4. To turn individual projectors on or off, tap the Displays button.
  5. To power down the system, tap the Power Off button.

3.) AirMedia (Crestron)

Basic Instructions for HDMI

  1. Select one of the "AirMedia" options on the touch panel controller. This room supports two simultaneous AirMedia connections.
    Photo of crestron control panel with AirMedia 1 and AirMedia 2 options highlighted
  2. If you are on a Mac you will need to download Soundflower, for instructions click here. Once you have downloaded Soundflower, go to the URL displayed on the projector. (This room's options are http://Belk208-1.elon.edu or http://Belk208-2.elon.edu )
    Screen shot of the initial AirMedia option window
  3. If you haven't used AirMedia before, you will need to download it. Once you downloaded AirMedia, open it, and you should see something similar to the photo below.
    Photo of install icon for initial AirMedia application installation
  4. You will find an access code in the top right corner, enter that code into the box on your laptop.
    Photo of AirMedia login screen
  5. Click continue once you have entered the code and your laptop should be displayed on the projector.
  6. Use the volume controls on the Crestron panel to adjust audio.
  7. To stop presenting your screen, click on the "Stop" button on the your device.
    Photo of AirMedia control panel shown on the computer's screen
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4.) Laptop Connectivity

Basic Instructions for HDMI or VGA input

  1. Select the HDMI or VGA input on the touch panel.
  2. Plug in your device using the HDMI or VGA cables located next to the touch panel.
    Photo of available cables for computer connection
  3. Ensure that your device is on, and adjust display preferences as necessary.

Room Display Options

Present Mode

Photo of crestron presentation mode
Present mode is the standard mode that is used by default. In this mode, each projector will display the same source, as selected on the home screen.

Breakout Mode

Photo of crestron breakout mode
When in Breakout mode, each AirMedia device is routed to the two projectors (Projector 1 will display AirMedia 1, Projector 2 will display AirMedia 2.) The input options at the bottom of the screen won't affect what is displayed in this mode.

Custom Mode

Photo of crestron custom mode
When in Custom mode, users are able to select different sources to be routed to each projector independently.

Additional Room Features

  • 4 curved, rolling whiteboards
  • Whiteboard wall
  • 4 portable charging stations

Details

Article ID: 77419
Created
Mon 5/6/19 10:25 AM
Modified
Wed 7/7/21 11:43 AM
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External