If so, start a previously scheduled class and the link of which was sent to the students.
At the end of the lesson or meeting, end the zoom session, terminate all applications (e.g., powerpoint) or open sessions on platforms (e.g., mail, onedrive, phoenix, e-learning).
Turn off the video camera using the control box button.
Turn off the video projector using the control box button.
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These rooms are distinguished from the others by the following characteristics:
Presence of a video camera placed on the ceiling that allows better image capture, both of the classroom sound;
The ca-camera allows the definition of scenarios (filming plans): front of the classroom, the teacher’s post, the whiteboard on the left and the whiteboard on the right;
Video projection is in HDMI;
2 Active speakers placed on the wall next to the frame(s).
1 Control box that allows you to turn the video projector on/off; turn the caper on/off; choose the preset shooting scenarios.
Optical zoom: 30X
Image sensor: 1/2.8 inch High Quality HD CMOS sensor
Effective pixels: 2.07MP, 16:9
Video Format: HDMI
Vision Angle: 6.3°(tele) 72.5°(wide)
Capture distance ≥ 6 m
Coverage area ≥ 60 m2
Frequency response: 40Hz – 20KHz
Sensitivity: -38dB ± 2dB
Sound pressure: 132dB (THD ≤ 1.0% to 1 kHz)
Type: Active wall columns 5.25″
Amplifier: ≥ 2 x 30W integrated
The USB 3.0 cable ensures video/audio communication between the various components of video projection and video conferencing systems either with the classroom desktop or with the laptop (Window, Mac or Ubuntu).
This cable must be connected to the desktop or laptop.
The laptop must be plugged in.
In the case of laptops, if necessary, install the displaylink-graphics driver: