Right from the outset, it was clear the new MIT Manukau campus would set a new benchmark for tertiary education.
Interactive technology and content distribution provided by Automation Associates plays an important role in the classroom, but it is always a tool, not a focal point. Cleverly concealed technology provides a platform that allows a seamless transition between delivering and receiving the teaching message.
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This open teaching space utilises a Epson ultrashort throw projector and speakers to deliver content from the PC or local input at the teachers lectern.
This enclosed classroom AV system enables teachers to get away from their desks and interact with students. Lecture capture hardware enables the teacher to save his lessons to the central servers and distribute it out to remote students.
The 250 seat Auditorium can be used as a teaching space and controlled by touchscreen on the lectern or as a performance or presentation space and controlled from the booth at the rear of the building.
The auditorium control rack houses the lighting control, presentation hardware, audio and video processing equipment.