In this excellent article, Infocomm talks about some of the most common errors made during the design and implementation of AV and video collaboration projects. This tutorial (and its upcoming second part), are a must-read resource for anyone designing a VC room.
Key discussion points in this article are:
The room video camera needs to be at eye level of the participants
Webcams don’t and will never make good room cameras
Conference rooms need to have simple, sequential names, not ones that represent local attractions, people or places
Room control system panels don’t need to show a firm’s logo or have any other (redundant) custom programming
They’re microphones, not miracles. They will pick up the closest source of sound.
To read the complete article, follow this link
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