Massachusetts integration company DGI Technologies recently provided the Audio Visual presentation, video/audio conferencing, and lecture capture technologies for a lecture hall and numerous conference rooms throughout the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
M-Vision Cine 400 11080p
• Single-chip DLP display with 5.500 lumens/2,000:1 contrast
• Numerous fixed and zoom lens options
• Budget-friendly commercial display
Used by research departments within the UMMS system, the overall goal was to provide each department with integrated audio visual technologies for their conference rooms that would foster collaboration and communication both internally and externally.
DGI and AV consultant Accentech relied on advanced audio visual systems to accomplish the school’s goal, elevating the communication capabilities within UMMS beyond their expectations.
Lecture capture was a critical component of the upgrade, and an echo360 lecture capture system was installed to record and archive teaching events in numerous rooms.
TITAN WUXGA 330-L
In addition, each room was outfitted with a Digital Projection M-Vision Cine 400 1080p projector to view high-resolution digital images with precise color matching.
In the function suite, DGI implemented a Future Automation ceiling projection lift to house a Digital Projection TITAN WUXGA 330-L projector, shooting onto a large projection screen for audience viewing. Shooting the opposite direction is a Digital Projection M-Vision Cine 400 1080p, acting as a confidence monitor for the presenter. Each room was outfitted with Crestron touchpanel control.
TITAN WUXGA 660
• 3-chip DLP display with 10,000 lumens/1,800:1 contrast
• Unmatched imagery for large to massive screens
• Wide range of lenses and lens shift options
The lecture hall includes a control booth with 3 Digital Projection TITAN WUXGA 660 projectors, a Yamaha live mixing console, and a Panasonic production switcher. The lecture hall can be controlled with a Crestron touchpanel or manually controlled via the production switcher and the live mixing console.
Regarding the facility’s new capabilities, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney stated, “I’m sure a number of folks will say, ‘He’s where?’ And then they’ll learn, yeah, as a matter of fact, UMass Medical School is one of the very best medical schools in the country and now we’re going to be known not just as a medical school but also a center of technology and advancement and research par excellence.”