Custom Virtual Meeting System

Custom Virtual Meeting System

Institute for Advanced Study - Princeton, NJ
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An Innovative Take On Virtual Meetings and Conference Calls

In response to the pandemic, the Institute for Advanced Study asked us to transform one of their dining halls into a virtual meeting space.

Our team designed and fabricated a custom cart to hold four large displays, a sound system, and a camera. The camera can pan, tilt, and zoom to view any seat in the room. 

We also added over a dozen microphones to tables with feedback control, ensuring that all attendees can be heard during video calls. Any seat is an ideal place to present from!

 

Custom Virtual Meeting System

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Bergen Community College

Bergen Community College

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Interactive Whiteboard Systems & Flat Screen Televisions: Bergen Community College

Lyndhurst New Jersey / Paramus New Jersey

Bergen Community College has campuses in Paramus, Hackensack & Lyndhurst NJ. Serving more than 32,000 students in degree, continuing education and adult education programs, the college boasts a cutting-edge facility with state of the art classroom technology.

DFX furnished and installed three types of systems in this particular phase. System one (basic) consisted of a mobile computer cart and a 47” LED Smart TV.

System two included a ceiling mounted 4500 lumen projector with a manual pull down screen, surface mount speakers, and a digital presenter. Video input source selection and volume control was provided via IR with SP Controls and a wall mounted control module.

System three consisted of a 77” diagonal interactive whiteboard with a short throw projector, 14w side-mounted speakers, and a mobile instructor workstation.

Equipment:

  • Smart Board 680i4 with SBA-L speakers
  • Luxor computer and mobile workstations
  • Sharp PG-D45X3D projectors
  • Da-Lite manual screens
  • Chief mounting hardware
  • JBL Control 23 speakers
  • Samsung SDP-860 document cameras
  • Kramer 900xl stereo amplifier
  • LG 47LS5700, 47” LED Smart TV
  • Windy City bulk cabling
  • Kramer pre-terminated cabling

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Middlesex County College

Middlesex County College

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Furnish & Installation of Classroom Technology Equipment

Edison, NJ
Middlesex County College has campus’s in Edison, New Brunswick & Perth Amboy, New Jersey. DFX has worked with the college and provided installation services in over 50 classrooms throughout all of their locations.

Their system consists of a ceiling mounted, 3000 lumen projector, drop ceiling speakers, manual projection screens and video input source selection and volume control via IR with a SP controls and wall mounted control module.

Equipment Utilized:

  • Epson projectors
  • Chief Mounting Hardware
  • SP Controls control module
  • Da-Lite projection screens
  • Speco drop ceiling speakers
  • Windy City Bulk Cabling
  • Kramer pre-terminated cabling

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Rowan University

Rowan University

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We've been busy over at Rowan University these past few weeks!

DFX has been providing and installing large flat panel displays with optical runners to accommodate extended HDMI distances, basic HDMI distribution amplification systems and an Exhibio digital signage server for multiple locations throughout the campus.

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Camden County Technical School

Camden County Technical School

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The Camden County Technical School Performing Arts Academy in Sicklerville decided to transform their 4,800 square foot carpentry shop into a Black Box Theatre.

Sicklerville, NJ

A black box theater, a concept which started in the 1960s, provides flexible staging techniques and allows the entire space to be adapted to the artistic elements of a production. The black box space provides the academy a versatile environment for their acting, voice & diction, movement, and musical theatre history, as well as for students’ professional and career development.

CCTS chose DFX to help design and implement the sound, lighting, and video systems in the theater. DFX incorporated some of the school’s existing sound equipment, such as powered speakers, wireless microphones, and a 24-channel mixing console, in order to keep the budget in line. These items were supplemented with digital processing, multiple input locations, and wireless intercom.

Through the use of LED technology (specifically Elation ELED Fresnels and LED Par Zooms), DFX was able to provide CCTS with a low energy and maintenance-free lighting solution. The lighting is controlled by the user-friendly Martin Light Jockey, a PC-based system through which students can manipulate the output.

The video system consists of a 6000 lumen projector and a 240″ diagonal projection screen. In addition to the impressive projection screen, another unique part of this Black Box Theatre is the use of black drape throughout the entire room. In addition to “blacking out” the room, the fabric acts as sound dampening material as well by absorbing echoes and reverberation, leading to a much more enjoyable listening experience. DFX also installed a 15’H x 25’W sharkstooth scrim to project onto for lighting and video effects.

Since CCTS is a technical school, their carpentry students assisted with the steel stud framing, drywall, moldings, setting floor tile and painting. Upon their completion in February 2011, DFX began the A/V installation process and completed it in a matter of just 2 weeks.

I have never been steered wrong by DFX. Everyone I have dealt with has been up front and honest with what I’ve needed and what they could provide. Their staff is their greatest strength: extremely helpful, friendly, and quick to help out. No other company I have dealt with has a staff as friendly and approachable as DFX. They are always willing to stop and assist with no notice. Every team member works in an expeditious manner — they make us feel special. They have taken the time to develop a relationship with us at our school.
Terry Bles

Performing Arts, Camden County Technical School

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