Non-poolroom: No AV monitoring or support phone

No PC. hand remote for projector

The following instructions are automatically generated, based on the list of equipment in the room

As such, we've kept them simple to account for any variations between rooms. For help on specifics, contact AV Support - details are at the bottom of the page.

If you're in one of the learning spaces, contact AV Support by pressing the AVSupp button on the phone

Computer

Tips

  • We recommend that the projector is switched on after you login to the PC.
  • Drag/copy presentation documents from your USB stick onto the desktop.
  • Any change/s and added files are auto-deleted on Restart.
  • Choose VLC Media Player for DVD playback with sound.

Laptop (HDMI)

HDMI connector

A flying HDMI cable (including audio) is usually* connected to the lectern faceplate.

Note All post-2014 refurbished rooms now support HDMI(digital) inputs as well as VGA, namely: G11(Byng Kendrick LT), Great HallMB220, MB253, MB304, MB415, 417, 419, MB486, MB504MB518MB603, MB651(Sumpner LT), MB653(Wright LT), MB657(Proj.Room), MB708b, NW104b, NW805, NW807NX02Adrian Cadbury and Susan Cadbury LTs, and VSG03, VS110, VS112.

Some laptops and tablets may require a special AV adapter and or cable/s.

*except NW104b and any ‘non-pool’ meeting rooms.

Laptop (VGA)

VGA with integrated audio cable

A flying VGA cable (with integrated audio jack connection) is usually connected to the lectern faceplate.

The laptop audio jack can also be used for iPod playback when laptop is selected.

Note Some laptops and tablets require a special adapter from the laptop to the VGA connection.

Interactive Screens

Epson Interactive Projector

Epson EB-595wi interactive projector

Epson EB-585/595/695 Wi wireless interactive projectors use pens to draw or annotate on the screen.

Epson dual-pen interactive support
Epson dual-pen interactive support

There is an Epson ‘Easy Interactivemanual, and a shortcut icon on the desktop, or you can use mouse or pen/s with PowerPoint annotation icons which will also be recorded by Aston Reply.

  • Dual pen support(Model 585) — allows two pens/users to annotate simultaneously anywhere on the surface on which the image is projected
  • Touch-based interactivity(Model 595) — enables as many as six students to touch, draw, select and interact using intuitive and familiar gestures – MB220, MB502a, MB653(WrightLT), NW805/7 and some meeting rooms.
  • (Model 695) – allows upto 10 fingers or pen inputs.
Location
Main Building
Space Type
Flat
Non-pool room
Capacity
25