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Auditoriums have different designs and purposes. Live performance spaces, movie theaters, conference centers, or a multi-purpose area with movable partitions to arrange for smaller individual spaces. Common characteristics include forward-facing seating and a stage or presentation area at the front. Seating and other furnishings may be stationary or movable for additional flexibility.

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  • Auditorium with Lectern on Stage, K-array Speakers with Subwoofers behind grilles under stage.
  • Auditorium with Theater-Quality Audio and Video
    Auditorium with Theater-Quality Audio and Video

    Auditorium with Theater-Quality Audio and Video

    This auditorium can serve as a lecture hall and performance space, but is also equipped with a 5.1-channel surround sound system which lets it serve as a movie theater.
  • Auditorium with Interactive Whiteboard and Ceiling-Mounted Monitors
    Auditorium with Interactive Whiteboard and Ceiling-Mounted Monitors

    Auditorium with Interactive Whiteboard and Ceiling-Mounted Monitors

    A flat panel display mounted half-way back in this abnormally long auditorium gives every audience member the ability to see what is being shown on the large projection screen at the front of the room. The second monitor, facing the stage, serves as a confidence monitor so that presenters can face forward and remain engaged with their audience instead of looking over their shoulder at presentation material on the large screen.
  • Dual-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium with Studio Lighting
    Dual-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium with Studio Lighting

    Dual-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium with Studio Lighting

    This dual-screen system allows presenters to show two sources at one time. In a distance learning auditorium like this one, far site video can be shown on one screen while a PC or other source is displayed on the other. The rear-facing light fixtures are designed to illuminate audience members when they interact with the far site. These shine on the front of the participant like studio lighting. This eliminates facial shadows that are a typical result of down-facing, overhead lights. Studio lights also illuminate the presenter and, optionally, different parts of the stage.
  • Auditorium with Supplementary Monitors
    Auditorium with Supplementary Monitors

    Auditorium with Supplementary Monitors

    The two monitors on each side of the room ensures that every audience member can see what is being presented. The viewing angle of the screen would make it difficult for anyone seated in these areas to clearly make out the content. The drawer on the side of the lectern contains a document camera and allows it to be secured safely when the room is not in use.
  • Confidence Monitors in a Distance Learning Auditorium
    Confidence Monitors in a Distance Learning Auditorium

    Confidence Monitors in a Distance Learning Auditorium

    At the rear of this auditorium are two projectors which serve as confidence monitors. A confidence monitor shows the same content that is on the main screen. By orienting the monitor(s) towards the presenter, he or she can face the audience rather than constantly looking backward at the main screen.
  • Dual-Screen, Multi-Use Auditorium
    Dual-Screen, Multi-Use Auditorium

    Dual-Screen, Multi-Use Auditorium

    This auditorium in the Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center features two screens which can display the same content or different content. Portable seating allows the room to be reconfigured for special events.
  • Auditorium with Lectern & Rear-Projection
    Auditorium with Lectern & Rear-Projection

    Auditorium with Lectern & Rear-Projection

    This system uses a rear-projection system which prevents washout. The lectern at the front of the room has a confidence monitor so that presenters are not forced to look over their shoulder at the large screen. The document camera allows them to display 3D objects as well as print material that is not on a transparency. (Screen image is simulated)
  • Triple Screen with Custom Integrated Lectern & Document Camera
    Triple Screen with Custom Integrated Lectern & Document Camera

    Triple Screen with Custom Integrated Lectern & Document Camera

    The three screens in this amphitheater-shaped room ensure that every audience member is able to see projected material.
  • Auditorium with Stage and Mixing Console
  • Performance Hall with Moveable Lectern
    Performance Hall with Moveable Lectern

    Performance Hall with Moveable Lectern

    The side and center floor boxes on the stage allow the lectern to be used in either location. The wheels on the lectern make it simple to move and it can be positioned directly over either of the floor boxes to hide the cable harness and floor box cover. The lectern can also be removed completely so that the entire stage can be used for performances.
  • Auditorium Stage with Lectern
    Auditorium Stage with Lectern

    Auditorium Stage with Lectern

    This lectern can easily be disconnected and put away to allow the stage to be used for performances.
  • Auditorium Stage with Lectern and Low-Profile K-array Speakers
  • Large Auditorium with Removeable Lectern
    Large Auditorium with Removeable Lectern

    Large Auditorium with Removeable Lectern

    The lectern on the stage in this auditorium can be removed so that the full stage can be used for performances or other purposes. Floor boxes in the middle and right-side of the stage allow microphones to be connected for a panel-type setup or an instrumental/vocal setup.
  • Lecture Hall with Theater-Style Seating
    Lecture Hall with Theater-Style Seating

    Lecture Hall with Theater-Style Seating

    The theater-style seating in this lecture hall ensures that each student can see the projected content. The lectern features a confidence monitor, touch panel, keyboard tray, and a PC behind the locked doors under the keyboard tray.
  • Auditorium with Rear Projection System and Built-in Lectern
    Auditorium with Rear Projection System and Built-in Lectern

    Auditorium with Rear Projection System and Built-in Lectern

    A rear projection system typically offers a brighter image with more contrast (less washout) when lights are at full illumination. The lectern is built-in to the stage. We worked with the lectern's builder to integrate components like a microphone and document camera.
  • Multi-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium
    Multi-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium

    Multi-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium

    This distance learning system uses the Internet2 AccessGrid® Network to simultaneously collaborate with up to 40 partners across the US and around the world. The five projectors support the group-to-group collaboration as well as a dual-screen presentation mode for traditional videoconferencing and lectures.
  • Kids' Museum Presentation System
    Kids' Museum Presentation System

    Kids' Museum Presentation System

    This presentation system at the HealthWorks! Kids' Museum in Tupelo, MS helps teach children healthy habits and provides engagement in an already engrossing space.
  • Auditorium with Pendant Speakers, Lectern, and Document Camera
    Auditorium with Pendant Speakers, Lectern, and Document Camera

    Auditorium with Pendant Speakers, Lectern, and Document Camera

    The designer ceiling in this room would not easily accommodate flush-mount speakers. Instead, these stylish pendant speakers were used. The lectern has a built-in confidence monitor and a nearby, cart-mounted document camera.
  • Auditorium with Three Document Cameras and Rear Projection
    Auditorium with Three Document Cameras and Rear Projection

    Auditorium with Three Document Cameras and Rear Projection

    This auditorium features three document cameras which can be simultaneously displayed on the rear-projection system. The cameras mounted on each side of the screen allow students to interact with the far site during videoconferences. In regular presentations, the instructor can use the camera to display students on the screen as they ask questions and communicate with the class.

Our systems are typically for educational or multi-purpose use. Features include one or more mobile presentation lecterns, wired and wireless microphones, a projection system and/or flat screen displays, and programmed room lighting controls. A Personal Listening Assistance System is often added for compliance with the American Disabilities Act (ADA).

Auditoriums (large spaces) almost always present acoustical challenges. The Architectural design, interior furnishings and the materials used for ceilings, walls and floors can cause confusing and uncomfortable speech reverberation patterns. Although post-design acoustic corrections are possible they usually require customized speaker designs and application of acoustic surface materials at additional costs.

Our auditorium technology is simple to use and performance-proven as highly reliable. A touch of just one or two “touchscreen buttons” quickly re-configures multiple hardware and software components to display the information.

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