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These rooms typically feature movable wall partitions that allow you to use them as one large space or multiple smaller spaces. Audiovisual integrations in these rooms can be complicated. When the room is divided, you want to be able to hear microphone and media audio in only the room where it is being produced. You will also want to be able to have displays and lighting systems that are able to work independently while the room is divided.

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  • Arkansas Governor's Mansion Grand Hall
    Arkansas Governor's Mansion Grand Hall

    Arkansas Governor's Mansion Grand Hall

    This system, in one of our state's most prestigious rooms, features a projector lift and sophisticated sound system. The projector lift hides the projector when it is not in use. A lectern can be connected at the front of the room for presenters. Numerous microphones can be used for live performances.
  • Quadruple-Screen Combining Room
    Quadruple-Screen Combining Room

    Quadruple-Screen Combining Room

    This large multi-purpose room is used as four independent classrooms, often without any dividing walls in place. Every screen can display the same content or each can display different content.
  • Videoconferencing Seminar Room with Lectern, Low-Profile Speakers, and PTZ Camera
    Videoconferencing Seminar Room with Lectern, Low-Profile Speakers, and PTZ Camera

    Videoconferencing Seminar Room with Lectern, Low-Profile Speakers, and PTZ Camera

    This seminar room can be used in many configurations. This photo provides an up-close look at lectern, pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera, and low-profile line array speakers. The pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera next to the screen can automatically focus on videoconference participants. The speakers from K-array provide exceptional, room-filling sound in a small package.
  • Combining Room with Dual Lecterns, Document Cameras, and Projection Systems
    Combining Room with Dual Lecterns, Document Cameras, and Projection Systems

    Combining Room with Dual Lecterns, Document Cameras, and Projection Systems

    This smaller combining room has identical lecterns and projection systems on each side. The lecterns and projection systems can be used independently whether the dividing wall is in place or is removed. When the wall is in place, the system automatically routes microphone and playback audio to the room in which it is being generated.
  • Dual-Lectern, Dual-Screen Combining Classroom
    Dual-Lectern, Dual-Screen Combining Classroom

    Dual-Lectern, Dual-Screen Combining Classroom

    When the movable wall down the center of this room is in place, the system works as two separate systems. When the wall is removed, the system is combined and instructors can present from either lectern or at both lecterns. When combined, each projector can display a different image. Videoconferencing capabilities make the classroom even more powerful.
  • Videoconferencing Seminar Room with Lectern, Low-Profile Speakers, PTZ Cameras, and Push-to-Talk Microphones
    Videoconferencing Seminar Room with Lectern, Low-Profile Speakers, PTZ Cameras, and Push-to-Talk Microphones

    Videoconferencing Seminar Room with Lectern, Low-Profile Speakers, PTZ Cameras, and Push-to-Talk Microphones

    This seminar room can be used in many configurations. In this round-table setup, each participant has a Beyerdynamic push-to-talk microphone that allows his or her voice to be reinforced in the room and to be sent to the far site during videoconferences. The pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera next to the screen can automatically focus on activated microphones so that speakers are seen by far-site participants. The low-profile line array speakers from K-array provide exceptional sound. An additional PTZ camera is mounted on a wheeled camera stand so that it can be positioned as needed.
  • Dividing Ballroom with Lectern and Projection System
    Dividing Ballroom with Lectern and Projection System

    Dividing Ballroom with Lectern and Projection System

    This ballroom can be used as one large room or as two rooms. Movable partitions travel across the ceiling channel on the right side of the photo. When the partition wall is in place, a sensor detects this and reconfigures so that it can operate as two independent presentation systems. In addition to the visible lectern and projector, there is another set in the smaller room to be used when the room is divided.
  • Dual-Lectern Combining Classroom
    Dual-Lectern Combining Classroom

    Dual-Lectern Combining Classroom

    When the movable wall down the center of this room is in place, the system works as two separate systems. When the wall is removed, the system is combined and instructors can present from either lectern or at both lecterns. When combined, each projector can display a different image. Videoconferencing capabilities make the classroom even more powerful.
  • Multi-Use Meeting Room
    Multi-Use Meeting Room

    Multi-Use Meeting Room

    This meeting room can be configured for a wide range of uses. Presenters can connect their laptop at the lectern and media playback devices are located in the lower portion of the lectern. The room has sound reinforcement to ensure that everyone in the audience (of up to 500) can hear. (These facilities are available for rent.)
  • Triple Dividing Ballroom
    Triple Dividing Ballroom

    Triple Dividing Ballroom

    This dividing room features three projectors and three lecterns. Each projector and lectern can be used for a separate presentation when the room is combined or separated. When the room is divided, audio from each room is only reinforced in that room so that each operates as a separate system.
  • Combining Room Floorplan
    Combining Room Floorplan

    Combining Room Floorplan

    This drawing shows the layout for a combining, multi-purpose room. The three folding walls can be put in place to create four separate rooms and many other room configurations. With a manual system, it would be difficult to control lights, microphones, speakers, and display devices for each room configuration. We provide systems which automatically adjusts room elements for any of the possible room configurations.
  • 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.
  • Dual-Lectern, Dual-Screen Combining Room
    Dual-Lectern, Dual-Screen Combining Room

    Dual-Lectern, Dual-Screen Combining Room

    When the partition wall down the center of this room is in place, the system works as two separate systems. When the wall is removed, the system is combined and presenters can present from either lectern or at both lecterns. When combined, each projector can display a different image. Videoconferencing capabilities make the room even more powerful.
  • Combining Healthcare Classroom
    Combining Healthcare Classroom

    Combining Healthcare Classroom

    This system can work as two independent systems when wall partitions are in place or it can work as a single system when the partitions are removed. In combined mode, instructors can teach from either lectern or both lecterns. Document cameras are especially helpful in a science classroom like this where many teaching aids are objects rather than printed material.

Many of our competitors accomplish this room division with complicated, manual systems that work like a historic telephone switching station. You disconnect microphone inputs from one amplifier and connect them to another. These systems are often so difficult to operate that only one or two of your employees will know how to set up the room. This can be a real problem if these employees relocate or are away when you need to use your system.

Our systems greatly simplify operation of these types of rooms. They detect when dividing walls are in place and automatically reconfigure lights, speakers, projectors, and microphone inputs. There are no special steps or rules to learn—you operate your system the same way no matter what layout you have set up.

The digital signal processors (DSPs) that we use to dynamically configure your room also eliminate much of the need for a staff person to oversee microphone levels. The DSP automatically sets input and output levels as appropriate to eliminate feedback and can even turn microphones on and off based on whether you are speaking into them.

These rooms give you incredible adaptability: we’ve worked in spaces that can be divided into as many as eight smaller rooms (in more than 64 combinations). There is no reason to complicate the audiovisual systems in these rooms. Our unique solutions make them intuitive and even more adaptable.

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