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ITS is responsible for the design, provisioning and integration of all interactive technologies in all ITS supported spaces at Massey University. ITS also provides consultancy and guidelines for all interactive technology requirements at Massey University including video conferencing, audio visual, multimedia & digital signage equipment and services.
Target Audience: Massey University staff
The Video Linked Teaching (VLT) Rooms are flexible, flat floor teaching rooms with video conferencing for interactive video linked teaching and learning.
Massey University offers video conferencing services for a variety of purposes, including meetings, teaching, research, examinations, and interviews.
The Research Collaboration Rooms are flexible spaces located on each campus with multiple computer software based video conferencing technologies — from Lync and Scopia Desktop to Adobe Connect and SeeVogh (for licenced users).
The rooms are self supported, in room technical facilitation is not provided by ITS.
ITS provides consultancy and guidelines for all interactive technology requirements at Massey University including video conferencing, audio visual, multimedia & digital signage equipment and services.
Reports and equipment lists of audio visual, video conferencing, multimedia and interactive technologies at Massey University.
Information for staff and contractors about the design and provisioning guidelines for audio visual, video conferencing, multimedia and interactive technologies at Massey University.
HD refers to an increase in display or visual resolution. There are currently two standards of High-Definition concerning the abilities of television receivers to display high-definition pictures:
Ability of the eye to see 1080p
For 1080p television viewing, there is a minimum size to distance ratio to see a significant benefit. The ability of the eye to resolve 1080p content also depends on the amount of contrast in the picture. For optimum viewing, it is recommended to sit at a distance of approximately three times the diagonal measurement of the screen.
Compatibility with DVI
The DVI signal is electrically compatible with HDMI video signal; no signal conversion needs to take place when an adapter is used and consequently no loss in video quality occurs. However, unlike HDMI, DVI interfaces carry no audio data.
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