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1 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Multimedia and Computer Lab Integration INFOCOMM Jerry Forstater Professional Systems Engineering Orlando, Florida S50 10:00AM - 12:00AM

2 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Facilitation of Multimedia and Computer Lab Spaces What is it? What’s in it? What does it do? What does it look like? What do I have to do to get it?

3 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Pedagogical Aspects of Multimedia and Computer Lab Spaces When will it be used? How will it be used? Who will use it?

4 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering INFOCOMM Some Topics to be Discussed in Facilitation Part I Planning for multi-variant media transmission Selecting the distribution / delivery system Media center requirements Presentation hardware Integration in the room/building 5 minute break

5 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering INFOCOMM Some Topics to be Discussed in Facilitation Part II Computer lab integration Consulting / documentation / commissioning Sight and sound The A/V awards - fill out cards

6 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Things Having to Do With Video What is a IEEE 1394 Interface? __________ __________ Where will it be used? Multiple choice: Nowhere, Everywhere, Somewhere, or I Don’t Know Where The simplest form of video? _________ video

7 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Things Having to Do With Video (cont’d) Another name for L, R/RGB(S) (home theater). __________ video Another name for L, R, LS, RS, C, LF, RGB(S) (in home theater) _______ __.__output Hint: Sometimes a DB-25 pin output

8 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Things Having to Do With Video (cont’d) What you get when you add c to y? __-video What happens when you try to put 800 x 600 resolution apps into most 600 x 480 LCD projectors? ___ video What is synonymous with digital “video”? Digital __________ Disk (DVD)

9 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering The Past 100 Years Chalk and Talk/Lantern Paper (mimeo) Videolab Experimentation Transparency (slide/overhead) Video Transmission (RF) Audio/Visual/Telecon (limited) PC and room/building integration/distributed learning

10 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering The Next 100 years Experimental/increased media infrastructure - get wired/rewired…rewired Self-awareness/computer instruction (still 2-D) Computer Interactivity Syndrome (CIS) Home enrollment via authentication improvements General employment of 3-D, standards of media - universal pixel applications _____.PAP

11 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering The Next 100 Years ? –New sophistication in projection, real time, interactive, expert systems –Students handed Packeted Education Programs (PEP’s) i.e., two-way information programmed instruction/homework/testing –Multi-tracking of students in specializations

12 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering The Next 100 Years (cont’d) ? –Industrialization of education –Re-emergence of the “tech school” from research to manufacturing –Specialized curriculums - world population so great this leads to competitive environment where countries / populations are on educational par with one another

13 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering What Will Your Space Look Like? Some slides of the history of media presentation and lab suites through Powerpoint

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21 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Defining the Multimedia Resource Environment Classroom Roles Classroom Computer lab Learning resources instructional lab Multimedia lecture rooms Writing center Math learning center etceteras

22 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Defining the Multimedia Resource Environment Specialized Rooms Auditorium/lecture/music instruction Technical resource center Media resource suite The help desk Distance learning rooms Conference/Presentation rooms

23 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Defining the Multimedia Resource Environment Support Spaces File server/network/exchange Internet/intranet point-of-presence (IPOP) Media retrieval/digitizing/distribution center “Information Transportation Center”

24 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Planning for Multi-Variant Media Transmission Multi>multimedia applications Variant>varied transmission of media

25 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering What will you plan for? Slides of real sites What’s in there? Fade to black for real slides

26 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Multimedia and Multimediums Smart lecterns Smart classrooms Smart buildings Smart campus Centralized vs. decentralized equipment What is smart(?) is what is hip! Today's “cool” is tomorrow’s “me too” Design using the “elevator music” method

27 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Smart Lectern Pack it in, pack it out VCR, video overhead, PC, slide to video, switching, wireless mic, amp... Phone, tele/data, CATV, etc.... Projection? LCD, ceiling projector... Connections? Umbilical! Uniformity and ADA accessibility Decentralized

28 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Smart Classroom In the closet approach Make everything disappear Multiplication of devices Outboard equipment easier to add Remoting of controls easier, as well as switching upgrades Uniformity is key! Decentralized

29 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Smart Building As opposed to smart rooms... Centralized distribution of media through baseband, broadband, fiber or digital techniques Rooms have wireless remote, keyboard, mouse, speakers, projector and as little or as much as desired

30 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Smart Campus Main St. (Stream) USA Digital networks, internet, library, server resources Broadband CATV, mid/sub split coax … Digital telephony Analog/digital fiber distribution

31 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Planning Aspects Space Utility infrastructure Video Audio Remote control/switching Tele/data Lighting Acoustics The guideline matrix

32 What Still Doesn’t Work Spreadsheet in 8-1/2” x 11” Portrait Fade to black for overhead

33 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Fade to black for quality

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36 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Selecting the Appropriate Audio/Video Distribution and Delivery System

37 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering System Types Modulated Carrier Analog MATV One-Way Coaxial Lowest cost

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40 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering System Types Sub- and Mid-Split Analog Two-Way Fixed frequency and frequency agile conv’s Coax RF, EMI, EMP, and grounding risks are the highest “Drop-type” distribution cost is attractive RGBS transmission impractical Mods/demods & policing costly-example

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42 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering System Types Composite and RGBS switched systems Composite-computer inadequate RGBS-wire intensive an example

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46 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering System Types Directional fiber Fiber optics Directional FO converters RGBS, audio, data (all two-way) Uses RGBS, L/R, RS-232/422 Use cascaded YYxZZ, high capacity, high bandwidth, multiple cross point switcher Highest quality, highest cost, superior application for real time, two-way transmission - an example

47 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering What Does a Fully Integrated M/M Architecture Look Like? Let’s break it down into its pieces “Go to “Part II”


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