Lone Star College is now home to the world’s first UltraHD Quadview Classroom.
The UltraHD Quadview Classroom consists of four student huddle pods, which are integrated with TEKVOX‘s 4K Quadview technology. The pods are interconnected through an instructor podium.
The classroom’s system operates under Instructor or Student mode. Instructor mode enables the instructor to display content of their choice on the large screen monitor and on student displays.
The instructor can also select a Student Pod to send the content to the other student displays.
Student mode enables students to operate their stations and collaborate with others via Quadview mode, which is located on the student station touchscreen controller.
Butch Juelg, Associate Vice Chancellor, Technology Services for Lone Star College said the UltraHD Quadview Classroom sparked an interest in building additionally advanced rooms on campus.
“Lone Star College has made the decision to add the groundbreaking UltraHD Quadview collaborative Classroom Solution from TEKVOX as the Campus Technology Standard for Collaborative Classrooms,” Juelg said in a previous statement. “We are very pleased with the result and already have additional rooms scheduled to be installed and more in the planning phase on our six campuses.”