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InfoComm 2014: Dynamic debut for Arthur Holm

Jo Ruddock 17 June 2014
InfoComm 2014: Dynamic debut for Arthur Holm

Arthur Holm is showcasing a special version of its Dynamic3 including double microphone, Dynamic1H and DynamicVision, for the first time in the US market during InfoComm14.

Dynamic3 is a fully motorised screen which opens, closes and rotates 180 degrees. Arthur Holm is showing a special version during InfoComm which adds double retractable gooseneck microphones enabling one monitor to be shared and used by two conference’s attendants. Both the screen and the microphones can be independently controlled, offering a totally versatile solution. The system is entirely built in milled anodised aluminium and can be recessed into the table desk, leaving a  clean working surface.

Two DynamicTalk have been added to this solution, with independent controls to  make the microphones disappear within the desk and providing an internal light which indicates the audio system status. Microphones are safely stored and protected and are only visible when needed.

Also new is Dynamic1H, which provides a horizontal motorised movement meaning the screen is always visible. It raises and  leans within the desk surface and can be stopped at any position between 0 and 80 degrees. A smart memory system is said to make set up and the recall of the desired tilt position easy. Built entirely of aluminium and finished with a black edged anti-glare glass (which can be turned into a multi-touch screen as an option), it takes a minimum depth making it suitable for auditorium, reception desks, and meeting, conference and training rooms.

Finally, DynamicVision is a motorised wall mount for videoconference cameras, unveiling the camera upon request through RS422, AHnet, Infrared and Contact closer. The front enclosure moves vertically up or down and a tray moves the camera forward simultaneously.

Totally customisable, the front enclosure can be covered with fabric, wall paper and lighter, rigid materials or painted.

Its pre-installation frame takes away the co-ordination headache between the system integrator and the architect/interior designers and contractors. It can be installed at any time, pointing out the placement for cables and power and it helps managing the cables and connectors.

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