Chamber of Commerce
The Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce provides an oasis of technology to facilitate a high-tech meeting. Providing state-of-the-art technology solutions in both of these spaces was important to the Chamber and Digital Horizons was contacted to make it happen.
Some of the products we used during this project include:
Chamber of Commerce
The Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce provides an oasis of technology to facilitate a high-tech meeting – during a remodel in 2014, two conference spaces were added, which are available to Chamber members and the general public alike. Providing state-of-the-art technology solutions in both of these spaces was important to the Chamber and Digital Horizons was contacted to make it happen.
In the large conference space (the “CTC Room”), through a large display front projection system and accompanying side “confidence monitor” display mounted on the wall, users can seamlessly display content from their computer or tablet. Both displays can be actively showing the same content or a custom configuration can be selected based on needs.
A dual-PTZ camera setup allows for capturing multiple views of the room when in video conferencing mode and a pair of in-ceiling beam-forming microphones provide crystal clear voice pickup for audio transmissions, and a series of in-ceiling speakers provide sound reinforcement for the content being engaged with. A Crestron touch screen interface in the front of the room provides an intuitive display for selecting desired room modes and functionality.
In the smaller conference space, (the “RiverWood Room”), an audio/video system is installed that is capable of displaying content from a laptop (using the television for visuals and in-ceiling speakers for audio playback) and for more advanced functionality, a PTZ webcam is mounted under the TV and a ceiling mounted beam-forming microphone are available for video conferencing purposes. A wireless keyboard and mouse are available to operate the room’s dedicated computer, installed out of sight behind the TV. An in-wall keypad from RTI greets users at the entrance of the room to provide a simple interface for operating the system.