The project room has two groupwork tables with seven seats, and two groupwork tables with five seats.
The two larger groups have their own 46″ LCD screen with integrated PC and controls. Please user the wall switch under each LCD and allow 2 minutes for group PCs to turn ON/OFF(no Shutdown). There are also VGA+audio and HDMI sockets for laptop or tablet connection.
MB657 is NOT bookable and is available to staff & students 24/7 on ‘first come first served’ basis. Students also have similar facilities for use with personal laptops in the MB563 and MB565 Student Space rooms.
657group – Project room
657buttons – Project room
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.
Button or touch controls for the audio/visual and projection equipment in the room.
Control systems are designed to be left powered up, please leave them powered up so they can be used to turn the equipment on/off.
Did you know that the lamps are not only expensive, but contain hazardous Mercury?
Press the ON, OFF (or ON/OFF) button to switch the projector ON or OFF. The button will flash to indicate it is warming up/cooling down. The projector will beep(on=once, off=twice) and prevent you from selecting other buttons until it is ready.
PC 1 and PC 2 (or Laptop, or Doc Cam) buttons select the Main PC and Visualiser/Laptop connection if they don’t have separate control buttons.
Crestron mpc-m10 buttons
MB246a/b AMX buttons
651buttons aka Sumpner LT
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.
These PCs are similar to the standard Aston pool-room image PCs but are dedicated to, or built-in to, group-work facilities.
They are used independently, or may be selected for display on the main, or all screens. The selection is via either the main control panel or Faronics Insight software (except MB657).