The project centred on the upgrading of the main conference and convention halls with a view to providing “sophisticated, engaging” multi-image display capability.
AV Media was required to design a single control room that would operate and distribute multi-image visuals to two halls, with support for a host of high-res computer imagery and video sources. RGB Spectrum’s QuadView multi-viewer is at the heart of the specification and provides the core multi-range display capabilities, receiving both computer and video sources.
Sources displayed by QuadView include live feeds from cameras mounted throughout the facility, DVD players and PowerPoint presentations. The multi-viewer combines computer and video sources and outputs them to a total of five Panasonic PT-D series ceiling-mounted projectors. Image sources, display configurations and multi-viewer output routing are selected from a CUE central control system.
Tony Spica Jr, vice president of RGB Spectrum, told II: “The Faculty of Biomedical Engineering of the Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague continues its tradition of being at the forefront of educational innovation with the upgrade of its key teaching facilities utilising the most advanced audiovisual technologies available. The objective was to equip the facility with sophisticated, engaging multi-image display capability.”
David Lesch, sales director of AV Media, is the subject of the back-page Q&A in the November issue of Installation Europe.