Personalised media content selection made possible with AV system
The Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore is an internationally reputed research−intensive tertiary institution. Their broad−based education covers science and technology, business and the arts, entrepreneurial and leadership skills to prepare students for the global working world.
Geology, biology, chemistry and math students at the University of New Mexico are working in classrooms and computer labs that bring lessons to life in high definition video. Thanks to a new 62,000−square−foot Science and Math Learning Center equipped with Kramer Electronics products, students and faculty can view various HD video sources, annotate over them and share work from their personal computers.
Every seat is the best seat in the house at Fellowship Bible Church in Pearland, TX. The congregation enjoys high resolution visuals, sings loud and clear from projected lyrics with sharp bright backgrounds, and experiences videos and events in high definition on three large screens around the sanctuary.
When the University of Houston−Downtown (UHD) was searching for ways to upgrade its classroom technology, the design team turned to Kramer Electronics. Already Kramer customers, the team was familiar with the product line and knew the ProScale® digital scaler/switchers would make the grade for the first phase of the project.
A confident young speaker rolls a rack of electronics equipment into a high school auditorium for another multi-media show. He is ready to present the Seven Project - a high energy program that emphasizes positive decision making - using a seamlessly integrated audio and video system that will entertain his teenage audience.
At Wisconsin’s Gateway Technical College, the faculty and staff are confidently teaching with technology every day. It is integrated seamlessly into classroom presentations through the Kramer Electronics’ SummitView System. Instructors use the system to control document cameras, PCs, and DVD players, with an option to project content from portable electronics devices and even cell phones.
The Kramer SummitView system has become part of the fabric of Iowa’s Johnston School District, not only because of its intuitive classroom technology, but also for its customizable features that personalize the system. Colorful school logos are projected in classrooms, thanks to the SummitView system, and the purple and gold school colors flash vibrantly on each SummitView connected LCD projector.