71 student seats | fixed furniture

projection and sound | laptop connection (VGA, HDMI) | visualiser | Apple TV | recording and streaming

Brief description

Basic information

B2.23 is a lecture room situated on the second floor of Building B2.

With their layout, available equipment and higher capacity, the lecture rooms support frontal teaching and provide a suitable environment especially for regular teaching based on lectures.

Projection possibilities

Two projectors are available for projecting multimedia content. They can be controlled independently of each other. You can use only one of them to project the same image from both projectors for greater student comfort, or choose a different input for each projector and present from two devices at once.
It is possible to hide the projection screen closer to the desk and use two whiteboards that are located behind it.

You can present images and sound from a PC located on the desk and also from your own laptop connected via the HDMI or VGA connector. Connecting cables and electrical sockets are located under the metal cover at the top of the desk.

You can project the image of physical objects (exhibits, drawings, books, etc.) using a visualizer located on the ceiling above the desk. Place the object under the visualizer lens and press the DOC CAM button on the control panel. You can control the camera (zoom in, focus) using the buttons on the control panel.

The lecture room also allows wireless presentation of image and sound from your own Apple device (iPhone, iPad, MacBook) by connecting to Apple TV via AirPlay. You can present an image from your device without being tethered to one place in the room, and you can have your students make presentations as well.

Recording of lectures

In the lecture room, you can use the lecture recording device, which allows you to easily record your lecture. To make a recording, log in to the PC and press the Start Recording button on the control panel – pressing the button again will end the recording. The recording contains both the image from the camera in the room and the image projected through projector. You can pre-check it using the Stream Preview icon on the PC desktop. You can find the finished recording in your personal category in the Faculty Media Library; you will also be informed via e-mail about the processing of the recording.

For sufficient sound quality, it is advisable to use a lapel microphone located in the desk. Open the desk cabinet by attaching the chip card to the sensor on the left side of the cabinet. You can use both microphones at once in this room.

The recording camera and wireless microphones can also be used in video conferencing applications, for example for hybrid teaching purposes. Follow the printed instructions in the room to set up the device correctly in the video conferencing application.

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