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1 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Part II Switching Labs Media Center Software Infrastructure Pedagogy Sight and Sound Questions and Answers A/V Awards

2 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Things Techies Like to Do Before or During Vacations Look out the ___________ (‘98). Hope they don’t catch a ________ before they go. Ty-______ one on. Plan so it won’t be a _______ drive. Pack their __ed, __reen, and __lue underwear. Making sure the _____ (5) is fed and cared for.

3 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering System Types Intranet/Internet digital Digital-Both LAN and I-net based Wired / ISDN / wireless Compression necessary Real-time limitations Digital transmission rates constantly increase Lowest first cost because switching (and waiting) is done by the provider CAT 5+ cable or Fiber

4 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Computer Lab Integration Define the Purpose, Function and Flow Is it a netware or software solution? Is it a hardware solution? Is it a hybrid solution? Is a distance learning application also to be available? Assemble the architecture based on building block methodologies - back to our example.

5 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Computer Labs What would a lab plan look like? And, how about the wiring?.....AAAAAHHHHH

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9 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Example of M.M.Lab Preparation - This Presentation Hardware: MAC G3/266 (Apple) 2 - Zip Drives –Minolta Dimage Scandual –Microtek V Cannon P166’s (PC’s) –19”/17” ViewSonic Graphics Monitors –100 MEG 3 COM High Speed Backplane Ethernet Switch –SCSI Servers –Kodak EZ Photo –Hitachi Laptop w/controller

10 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Software: Power Point Microsoft Word AUTOCAD 12/13/14 Adobe Photo Shop Scan Wizard Graphics: Minolta copier 3M Graphics Media Approximate Value $30,000 (not including infrastructure) Preparation

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14 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering The Media Center Define: Needs / Operations / Staffing Content –information - data –media - CD-ROM, analog, digital Transmission needs - How far do I go? Operations flow Staffing needs Support space requirements

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18 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Conforming Software to Expected Needs Remember: Programming your needs are customized elements to your system Scheduling systems Softwired remote controls Reconfigurability Event and connection independence Sample programs! Broadcast station

19 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Acquiring Infrastructure and Systems Necessary Steps User programming Preparing estimates/seeking grants Dividing the work –EC/MMSC Preparing bid documents –Infrastructure/systems integration Qualifying bidders Construction administration System commissioning

20 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Before We Get to Pedagogy, It’s Time for …Classroom Jeopardy

21 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Classroom Jeopardy When a group of teachers from a prestigious catholic college were recently asked what its state-of-the-art classrooms should have, what five items were the most important to consider? Let’s start the music and get our contestants down here Track

22 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Classroom Jeopardy (cont’d) First Second Third Fourth Fifth You have 1 minute to list your 5 picks! Track 3

23 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Classroom Jeopardy (cont’d) clock

24 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Classroom Jeopardy (cont’d) noise clock

25 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Classroom Jeopardy (cont’d) dark noise clock

26 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Classroom Jeopardy (cont’d) overhead projector darkness noise clock

27 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Classroom Jeopardy (cont’d) AC ohd dark noise clock

28 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Multimedia and Computer Lab Integration Pedagogical aspects of the learning environment New teacher strategies Use of resources Professional development Advanced preparation Simply put, this means...

29 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering When, How and Who When will it be used? How will it be used? Who will use it? Build it, and they will come!

30 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering New Teacher Strategies Chalk, video, digital Distance learning Satellite conferencing with interactivity Voting and testing electronics Independent computer lab instruction Prepared “select” demonstrations of broad and specific topics

31 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Use of Resources The classroom is no longer a cave in which small amounts of information are disseminated The classroom is a virtual learning space in which resources from around the globe are presentable

32 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Professional Development Introduce the users by including them Teaching styles and requirements Where things are best located How things are changed What’s it like to be up there

33 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Advanced Preparation Practice makes perfect Practice rooms are comfort spaces It should work like a phone It should be simple to change Technology must not interfere with teaching - it’s an adjunct

34 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering What Does It Take? Production Time Trials Compatibility

35 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Sights and Sounds Target your audience Military, INFOCOMM, or Girlscouts Visual > ~10% persistence of memory Auditory > ~40-50% persistence of memory

36 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Resolution!!! Exactly what do we see??? Go to overhead if we have time!

37 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Video / Film / Visual Resolutions RES (H:V) 500,000:400,000 ASPECT (H:V) 9:8 EYE

38 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Video / Film / Visual Resolutions Lumen Notes: –Candle 1/2 - 1 –TV –VP …… (3000) –8/16mm –35mm –Sun 1,000,000 1 Lumen/Sq Ft = 1FC 1 FC = LUX 10

39 Video / Film / Visual Resolutions* Video/Digital Video

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41 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Question? What do George Lucas and INFOCOMM have in common?

42 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Answer They are both converging on the robustness and acceptance of the digital media chain! Recording/Editing/Distributing/Showing (DLP) (e.g., Star Wars: Episode I - The Prequel in only four theaters in the USA) (Distribution through the I-net)

43 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering The Problem Color Resolution Whites  Yellow Blue  Purple Skin Color  Faded to Dark (Mannequins)

44 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Who Should Design Your Systems? Professionals with errors and omission insurance Trained engineers with communications mastery Certification does not equal licensing Society registration does not equal licensing –An engineer must be licensed by the state to provide engineering

45 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering What We’ve Covered More than a mouthful Distribution - local or remote? Facilitation - it’s a complex world out there! Look~feel~touch…accommodation! Prepare for change The scariest thing? –Programming in two (2) months - committing is scary

46 INFOCOMM Copyright 1999 © Professional Systems Engineering Questions? A/V Awards QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (MAYBE) First - A/V Award ( A ble and V erbal) Second - RF Award ( R eady and F ocused)

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