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Audio Visual Standards


Version 1.0

12 September 2012

Table of Contents
1. Applicable Standards ________________________________________________________ 1.1 Australian Standards ______________________________________________________ 1.2 Swinburne AV Cable Routing Standards ______________________________________ 1.3 Swinburne AV Cable Fit-off Standards ________________________________________ 1.4 Swinburne AV Cable Loom Standards ________________________________________ 1.5 Swinburne General AV Standards ___________________________________________ 1.6 Swinburne IP Network Standards ____________________________________________ 1.7 Contractor Accreditation ___________________________________________________ 1.8 Installation examples______________________________________________________ 2. System Requirements _______________________________________________________ 2.1 General Layout and Design Principles ________________________________________ 2.2 Classroom Teaching Space Layout and Design Principles ________________________ 2.3 Theatre Layout and Design Principles ________________________________________ 2.4 Flat Panel Layout and Design Principles ______________________________________ 3. Classroom Teaching Space ___________________________________________________ 3.1 Minimum Equipment Requirements __________________________________________ 3.2 Physical Equipment Layout _________________________________________________ 3.3 Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) Optional ______________________________________ 3.4 Classroom Automated Recording Optional ___________________________________ 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 5 5 5 6 7 8 8 9 12 12

4. Lecture Theatre Teaching Space ______________________________________________ 13 4.1 Minimum Equipment Requirements __________________________________________ 13 4.2 Physical Equipment Layout _________________________________________________ 15 5. Flat Panel Installations _______________________________________________________ 19 5.1 Minimum Equipment Requirements __________________________________________ 19 5.2 Physical Equipment Layout _________________________________________________ 19 6. Swinburne Acoustic Requirements for Teaching Spaces __________________________ 6.1 Classroom Acoustic Levels _________________________________________________ 6.2 Lecture Theatre Acoustic Levels _____________________________________________ 6.3 Lecture Theatre Frequency Response ________________________________________ 6.4 Lecture Theatre Reverberation Decay ________________________________________ 20 20 20 21 21

7. Lighting Requirements for Teaching Spaces ____________________________________ 22 7.1 Classroom Lighting Levels _________________________________________________ 22 7.2 Lecture Theatre Lighting Levels _____________________________________________ 22

NOTE: ALL BUILDING PROJECTS REQUIRING AMX EQUIPMENT MUST USE SWINBURNE APPROVED AMX DEALERS.

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1. Applicable Standards
The following standards shall apply to this document and must be adhered to for any installation work performed:

1.1 Australian Standards


AS/NZS 1680.2.1:2008 (as amended) AS/NZS 1680.2.3:2008 (as amended) Interior and workplace lighting Specific applications Circulation spaces and other general areas Interior and workplace lighting Specific applications Educational and training facilities

1.2 Swinburne AV Cable Routing Standards


1.2.1 Cable Separation. A minimum separation of 300mm shall be maintained between AV signal and control cables, and mains power cables. 1.2.2 Cable Segregation. Where separation as per item 1.2.1 is not possible, AV cables shall be segregated in a suitable protective housing compliant with all relevant electrical and data standards. 1.2.3 Cable cross-over. Where mains and signal cables come together, they must be made to cross at o 90 . 1.2.4 Cavity walls. Where possible, cables shall be run inside cavity walls. 1.2.5 Masonry walls. Surface duct shall be accepted only where AV cables cannot be run in wall cavities or embedded trunking. Cable runs shall be located such that they blend in with existing fixtures, following shadow lines, room corners, whiteboard edges, etc where possible. Unless otherwise noted, vertical surface duct shall run the full height from floor to ceiling. 1.2.6 Glass walls. No AV cabling shall be run down or across glass walls. Where there are no masonry or cavity walls which can be utilised for vertical cable runs, it may be possible to run suitably sized, surface duct on the glass framework. Such surface duct may need to be a non-standard colour, or may need to be paint colour-matched after the duct has been installed. It is mandatory, in all such instances, that direct instructions in writing be obtained from Swinburne ITS AV before any work commences. 1.2.7 Grid ceilings. All cable runs in grid ceiling spaces that exceed 3m in length shall be secured off the ceiling surface using tensioned catenary wire, so that the AV cables maintain separation from the ceiling surface of 100mm minimum and separation from other ceiling plant equipment of 300mm minimum. The cables shall be attached to the catenary wire using Velcro straps spaced no further than 1m apart. 1.2.8 Solid plaster ceilings. All cable runs in solid plaster ceiling spaces shall be secured off the ceiling surface using Panduit J hooks, spaced at an interval no greater than 1.5m. 1.2.9 Slab coring. Where AV equipment resides in an island bench requiring AV cables to pass from the bench to wall/ceiling, the AV cables shall pass between the two in a safe and unobtrusive manner. Subject to approval from Swinburne Facilities & Services Group, the slab beneath the island bench and a suitable location next to the wall shall be cored to allow AV cables to pass from the bench to the wall under the slab. Cables under the slab shall be carried in solid PVC pipe with a minimum internal diameter of 75mm. Elbow joins are to have a minimum internal radius of curvature of 50mm or greater. All slab cores are to be covered by fixed furniture or cavity walls. All slab cores are to be fire services rated. 1.2.10 Slab trenching. Where slab coring is deemed inappropriate (e.g. ground floor), the slab shall be trenched, subject to approval from Swinburne Facilities & Services Group. The trench shall be lined with an appropriate protective cable trunking for the AV cables, with minimum dimensions of 50mm x 150mm. The trunking shall be free of internal sharp edges, and allow cables to slide freely from end to end. No bends shall be permitted in the trench/trunking it must be a straight run from the AV equipment to the wall access location.
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1.2.11 Floor cable protectors (speed humps). Unless explicitly documented as being required, surface cable protectors shall not be used. It is mandatory in all such instances, that direct instructions in writing be obtained from Swinburne ITS AV before any work commences. 1.2.12 Hybrid cables. Unless explicitly documented as being required, hybrid cables (e.g. integrated VGA + stereo audio in one sheath) shall not be accepted. Separate cables will be used for each signal in the installation. 1.2.13 Floor Boxes. Unless explicitly documented as being required, floor boxes for mains and/or signal cables, either recessed or surface mount, shall not be used. It is mandatory for all such instances that direct instructions in writing be obtained from Swinburne ITS AV before any work commences.

1.3 Swinburne AV Cable Fit-off Standards


1.3.1 Cavity walls. Where cables exit the wall into a public space, the cable exit point shall be finished with a Clipsal Series 2000 blank plate with a 40mm (id) cable access bush (AMPERE VM40+VF40). The cables shall pass through the bush and be secured inside the cavity, providing strain relief, to ensure that both the cables and bush plate remain secure when pulled. Masonry walls. Where cables are to exit the surface duct into a public space a PDL Model 89DM mounting block shall be used to finish off the duct. The PDL mounting block shall be fitted off using a Clipsal Series 2000 blank plate with a 40mm (id) cable access bush (AMPERE VM40+VF40). The cables shall pass through the bush and be secured inside the mounting block, providing strain relief, to ensure that the cables, mounting block and bush plate remain secure when pulled. Glass walls. Refer to masonry walls for fit-of details. Cable management. Unless explicitly noted, all AV cables shall be managed using Velcro straps. Where plastic cable ties are specified, the tail of the cable tie shall be trimmed short to prevent any potential scratching or other personal injury to users, technicians, or any other person. It is advisable to use a suitable cable tie tensioning/cutting tool when using cable ties. Soldered cables. Where a cable has been extended by soldering, all conductors in the cable shall be insulated from each other using a suitable diameter heat-shrink tube. The entire join and associated heat-shrink tubes shall also be covered with a single suitable diameter heat-shrink tube to assist with rigidity of the join. Such joins shall not be permitted on cables that are likely to flex with the expected use of the AV system. Wall plates. Termination of AV cables via wall plates shall not be accepted. It is mandatory for all such instances that direct instructions in writing be obtained from Swinburne ITS AV before any work commences. Building sites. Where a pre-terminated cable is likely to be exposed to paint, plaster and similar debris from building site works prior to AV fit-off, cable ends are to be protected from debris by wrapping in plastic and taping protection to cable.

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1.3.3 1.3.4

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1.3.7

1.4 Swinburne AV Cable Loom Standards


1.4.1 Looms shall be constructed using black Panduit expandable sheath. The sheath shall be tightly drawn inside-out over the cables to ensure they are a snug fit. The sheath shall be attached securely to the loom cables using tensioned cable ties at each end. Where the end of the loom is to provide Laptop functionality, the sheath shall end between 500mm and 550mm from the Laptop end of the loom cables. There shall be a difference of no more than 50mm total between the exposed Laptop cables in the loom. Cables inside a loom shall be one contiguous run. Cable joins within a loom (whether socketed or soldered) shall not be accepted. Unless explicitly documented as being required, hybrid cables (e.g. integrated VGA + stereo audio in one sheath) shall not be accepted. Separate cables will be used for each signal in the loom.

1.4.2

1.4.3 1.4.4

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1.5 Swinburne General AV Standards


1.5.1 Unless explicitly noted in writing from Swinburne ITS AV, insulation tape, gaffer tape, and all other forms of adhesive tape shall not be used as insulation, joining or mounting solution. Such tapes may only be used to assist with the process of running cables. All such tapes must be removed and disposed of prior to completion of the AV works. Where polarised Figure 8 cable is used (e.g. speakers, DC power, etc) the trace shall indicate a positive signal or supply, with the non-trace being negative or ground. Unless specified, all rack-mountable equipment in AV racks shall be installed using M6 Pan-head bolts with washers. Where rack-mountable equipment is publicly accessible, the equipment shall be mounted using standard Swinburne ITS AV approved security bolts. Small items in AV racks shall be physically secured using cable ties. Where space permits, they shall be secured to a # RU-mounted shelf. Cable ties shall be applied in such a manner as to not obstruct any AV socket or port, or effect the standard operation of the item. Where Patch and Paint repairs are required to building surfaces as a direct result of AV works, the contracted AV company shall be responsible for arranging such works with a suitable provider as nominated by Swinburne Facilities & Services Group. The contracted company shall notify Swinburne ITS AV that patch and paint repairs are to take place, who is to carry out the patch and paint works, and when the patch and paint works are to be completed. Projector mounting, concrete slab. Attach column using minimum 10mm diameter Dynabolts Projector mounting, steel or timber beam structures. Attach column vertically (even if structure is not horizontal) with appropriate steel hardware to hold the projector safely and firmly, without any structural movement. The structural integrity of the beam must not be diminished. Offset housing to align the lens with centre-line of the screen. Accurately frame images out to screen borders and set sharp focus. Digital keystone adjustments are not acceptable.

1.5.2 1.5.3 1.5.4 1.5.5

1.5.6

1.5.7 1.5.8

1.6 Swinburne IP Network Standards


1.6.1 1.6.2 Unless explicitly noted in writing from Swinburne ITS AV, all IP-controlled AV equipment shall be deployed on the Swinburne University network. Cascading additional network infrastructure (including switchers, wireless access points, etc) off the Swinburne University network is not acceptable.

1.7 Contractor Accreditation


1.7.1.1 The contracted AV company shall be an authorized AMX dealer with gold or greater rating. Sub-contracting of AV works to other companies or individuals will not be permitted unless expressly authorized by Swinburne ITS AV. 1.7.2 A minimum of one onsite supervisor must hold at least one of the following qualifications: Infocomm CTS-D 1.7.3 System installation must be by trained and experienced staff holding at least one of the qualifications from item 1.7.2, or at least one of the following qualifications: Infocomm CTS-I RMIT Diploma of Audio-Visual Technology AMX ACE Installer certification Appropriate trade qualification, as accepted by Swinburne ITS AV

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1.8 Installation examples


The following are samples of acceptable installation techniques.

Example 1 Example 2 Cables should be run inside column (example 1). If there is insufficient space between the ceiling and slab to do so, it is acceptable to loom the cables through a suitable grommet (example 2).

Example 3 Example 4 Manual screen chain-drives should be selected to suit the room layout. The chain should be biased to the side of the whiteboard (example 3), not in the centre of the whiteboard (example 4).

Example 5 Example 6 Cables in racks are to be neatly managed using Velcro straps (example 5). Laptop looms must have a suitable loom holder near the loom (example 6).

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2. System Requirements 2.1 General Layout and Design Principles


2.1.1 Non-standard equipment. The physical characteristics, walls, doors, windows, air conditioning, room size, etc., of general classrooms and other teaching spaces, can vary greatly, and are often beyond the control of Swinburne ITS AV. These characteristics can impact AV installations, placing unique conditions on both equipment type and appropriate layout suited to each teaching spaces. Swinburne ITS AV will advise in writing where non-standard equipment is to be used in such instances. Unless expressly noted, it is accepted that the standard design and equipment are suitable for the teaching space. Direction and orientation references. When using terms to describe left and right, such terms must always be from the audience viewing/listening point. Numerical reference of screens and data projectors. When describing screens/data projectors/microphones using numerical reference #1 is always the left item and #2 is always the right item, as per left/right conventions noted in item 2.1.2. Where there is equipment in addition to a standard installation, additional arbitrary numbering is permitted, starting at #3 and increasing. Proximity to building services. Equipment shall be installed in locations such that the equipment does not obstruct full use of access hatches, service cupboards and doors, air conditioning filters, cable duct covers etc. A minimum clearance of 300mm is required between any AV equipment and fire sensors or evacuation speakers.

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2.1.4

2.2 Classroom Teaching Space Layout and Design Principles


2.2.1 Data Projector Screen location. The screen must be located on the presentation wall, offset away from any large sources of natural light. The offset must allow for simultaneous use of any main whiteboard. Where the screen has a manual chain-drive, the chain-drive must be located on the side of the screen which is furthest from the centre of the whiteboard, to allow maximum use of the whiteboard while the screen is retracted. Screen geometry. Screen aspect shall be 16:10. Minimum height from floor shall be 1,000mm. Minimum image height shall be 1,480mm. Front row of seating shall be no closer than image height x 2. Back row of seating shall be no further than image height x 5.3. Screen quantity. Where the width of seating in the room exceeds the depth of seating in the room the room shall be fitted with two data projectors to provide a comfortable viewing angle (no greater o than 45 from perpendicular). Unless specified, the two projectors shall be controlled separately but operate in tandem, from the one point of control and show the same image. Screen obstructions. Where the screen could potentially be damaged by an operable wall, the screen is to be motorized. The screen must be controlled such that it is always retracted when the AV system is not in use. Data projector location. The data projector shall be mounted such that the lens is centred on the screen(s) or interactive whiteboard. The data projector shall be no closer than 600mm from any air conditioner outlet. Speaker location. Speakers shall be mounted at the upper corners of the screen. Where space allows, the speakers shall be mounted above the screen or interactive whiteboard with the outer edges of the speakers aligned with the outer edges of the screen or interactive whiteboard. Where there is insufficient space above the screen, the speakers shall be mounted in line with the top edge of the screen or interactive whiteboard, no further than 50mm away from the edges of the projection surface. Presenters desk location. The presenters desk is to be located along the presentation wall, biase d away from the main entry to the teaching space. The desk return must be flush against the presentation wall to protect AV cabling between the desk equipment and other AV equipment. The
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2.2.2

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2.2.6

2.2.7

desk must be positioned such that the presenter has practical use of any main whiteboards, and not directly in front of the data projector screen. 2.2.8 General AV equipment location. Unless specified in writing from Swinburne ITS AV, equipment is to be located in an approved secure rack, mounted underneath the presenters des k, adjacent to the presentation wall. The rack shall be secured such that it prevents general access to data points, AVreserved GPOs, and AV-related cabling. 2.2.9 Keypad location. The keypad is to be located to the presenter desk side of the data projector screen. It must be located such that it is visible to the presenter when the screen is down. 2.2.10 Ambient light. Where external light can cause reflections on whiteboard surfaces or saturate the presentation wall, the room must be fitted with appropriate window coverings, blinds/curtains, which provide at least 70% blocking of ambient light.

2.3 Theatre Layout and Design Principles


2.3.1 Data projector quantity. All theatres must have a minimum of two data projectors configured in a side-by-side manner. Each projector must be controlled individually from a central control location and be able to show (in a mix-n-match style) any of the standard sources available to the presenter. The gap between each display area from each data projector must be no greater than 500mm. Data projector matching. The two data projectors must be of the same make/model with the same lumen output, mounted at the same throw distance. Any additional data projectors are permitted to be a specialist make/model, subject to written approval from Swinburne ITS AV. Data projectors screens. Subject to venue requirements, the venue may be fitted with motorized screens for data projector use. Where such screens cover the main whiteboard, a screen override button must be fitted to allow retraction of the screen. The override button must be mounted immediately below the whiteboard pen tray or bottom of motorized screen in the down position, which ever is the lower of the two. The override button must be located horizontally central to the screen which it is controlling. Proximity to building services. Equipment shall be installed in locations such that it does not obstruct full use of access hatches, service cupboards and doors, air conditioning filters, cable duct covers etc.. A minimum clearance of 300mm is required between any AV equipment and fire sensors or evacuation speakers. Presenters desk location. The presenters desk must be located at the front of the theatre, fixed to the floor to prevent movement. The following minimum clearances must be observed to allow servicing of equipment: Side Clearance Presenters side 700mm Audience side 500mm Left and right ends 500mm General AV equipment location. Unless specified in writing from Swinburne ITS AV, general AV equipment must be housed in or on the presentation desk. Whiteboards. Whiteboards are to be located on the presentation wall, with the lower edge 900mm AFFL. There is to be no furniture below the whiteboard which may obstruct full use of the whiteboard surface. Lighting. Theatre lighting must be integrated with the theatre control system. The presenter must be able to adjust lighting levels over the seating. The theatre AV control system must automatically control lighting over the whiteboards, based on the data projector usage. Whiteboard illumination must be separated into left and right halves, so that one half of the whiteboard can remain illuminated while the other half is dimmed for data projector usage. Touch Panel. The touch panel must be mounted securely on the presentation desk at an incline of o 45 . The touch panel must be within 550mm reach of the presenters side of the desk.
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2.3.2

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2.3.6 2.3.7

2.3.8

2.3.9

2.3.10 Program Audio. A minimum of 5.1 surround sound audio shall be provided for playing media content for presentations. Control for in-room level shall be provided via the touch panel. 2.3.11 Voice Reinforcement. Unless specified, two speaker arrays of mono audio shall be provided for voice reinforcement. Control for in-room level shall be provided via the touch panel.

2.4 Flat Panel Layout and Design Principles


2.4.1 Classroom Display. The flat panel is to be mounted in landscape orientation. The bottom of the image shall be sufficiently high above floor level to ensure the image is visible for a seated audience. Subject to item 2.1.4, the flat panel is to be mounted in a location that provides maximum visibility for the majority of viewers. Information Monitor. The flat panel is to be mounted in landscape orientation. The bottom of the image shall be sufficiently high above floor level to ensure the image is visible above a standing crowd of people. The panel shall be located in a position that is not subject to harsh environmental factors. If such a location is unavoidable, a suitable housing is required to protect the flat panel from the harsh environment. Interactive Information Monitor. The flat panel is to be mounted in portrait orientation. The top of the image is to be no higher than 1700mm above floor level. The panel is to be mounted securely so that it does not move, without restricting the interactive operation of the flat panel.

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3. Classroom Teaching Space 3.1 Minimum Equipment Requirements


3.1.1 Standard Classroom Data Projector 3000 Lumens Light Output Ultra Short Throw Projection Aspect Ration- 16:10 Resolution - At least 1280 x 800 pixels (native) Contrast Ratio - 2000:1 or greater Standard Classroom Projection Screens Aspect Ratio 16:10 Drive method Chain drive (LH or RH venue specific) Image height At least 1480mm Radius-cut edges Interactive Whiteboard Projection Screens 2Touch model Aspect Ratio 16:10 Size 2,400mm x 1,200mm Classroom AV System Control AMX Enova DVX-2100-HD Total Environment Controller (FG1905-04) AMX UDM-RX02N Multi Format Receiver (FG1402-20) AMX SP-08-AX-US Novara AXlink keypad, brushed aluminium (FG1311-08-SA) Motion sensing for automatic standby Network connected Standard Classroom Passive Speakers 30 Watt RMS 8 Ohm impedance White finish High quality sound reproduction o Wall-mounts to provide 30 tilt down from horizontal PIR Motion Sensor Dual element pyroelectric o Coverage up to 15m x 15m @ 90 Operating voltage 12V DC Microwave Sensor: Sold state 10.525 GHz Microwave range selectable High/Low Computer DVI-D video out Monitor to suit video signal type Stereo audio out (3.5mm socket) IP connection to Swinburne network OD must not exceed 430mm (W) x 160mm (H) x 420mm (D), including cable relief / adaptors Laptop Loom VGA video Stereo audio out (3.5mm plug) IP connection to Swinburne network DVD Blu-ray Component Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr video out
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3.1.9

Stereo audio out (RCA x2) Multi Region support IR controlled 3.1.10 Data Outlets The presenter workstation shall have three data outlets o 1 x Computer o 1 x Laptop o 1 x Control system 3.1.11 Power The presenter workstation shall have two double GPO outlets. o 1 x Double outlet 120mm above desk surface for Laptop and accessories o 1 x Double outlet 300mm AFL for AV rack The AV rack shall have a 2RU 12-outlet power distribution strip to provide power (up to 10A continuous) for the following equipment: o PC (1 x outlet) o Monitor extension lead (1 x outlet) o DVD player (1 x outlet) o AMX control system (1 x outlet) o USB switcher (1 x outlet) o USB extender (1 x outlet) o Automated Capture hardware (3 x outlets)

3.2 Physical Equipment Layout


3.2.1 Data Outlets The data outlets shall be located on the inside surface of the presenters desk, on the presentation wall. When the AV rack is locked into place it shall prevent physical access to the data outlets. Data Projector (ultra-short throw distance) wall mounted Subject to approval from Swinburne Facilities & Services Group, the data projector shall be located on the presentation wall as per Figure 1.

3.2.2

Figure 1 Wall-mounted data projector

3.2.3

Data Projector (standard throw distance) ceiling mounted The data projector shall be located on a slab or framing suspension column above the projector at a distance from the projection screen of 3-4 meters (image size dependent). The data projector shall be located such that the vertical centre-line of the lens aligns with the vertical centre-line of the projection screen. The data projector (top surface when inverted) shall be aligned with the top of the projection screen unless infrastructure or safety/tampering issues dictate otherwise.

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3.2.6

3.2.7

The data projector mounting column shall be aligned with the vertical centre-line of the projection screen. Where a concrete slab is accessible, the data projector mounting column shall be attached to underside using 10mm x 75 mm Dynabolts. Where steel beam structures are accessible (no concrete slab), the data projector mounting column shall be attached vertically (even if structure is not horizontal) with appropriate steel hardware to hold the projector safely and firmly, without any structural movement. The data projector housing shall be offset on the column to align the lens with the centre-line of the screen. The data projector housing shall be attached securely to the mounting column with Alan head bolts plus stainless steel allthread with sheernuts (supplied with column and housing) The data projector shall be suspended inverted on an adjustable three or four arm spider (supplied with the security housing),. The data projector image shall be accurately framed within the projection screen borders and shall be sharply focused once framed. AV Equipment Rack The AV equipment rack shall be installed under the return of the presenters desk using Swinburne ITS AV approved security hardware. The AV equipment rack shall be secured to the desk or wall to prevent unauthorized access to the rack equipment, cabling, network and power outlets. All equipment and panels which are accessible to the user shall be secured using the Swinburne ITS AV approved security lock. Equipment shall be installed in the rack as illustrated in the relevant schematic documentation. Interactive Whiteboard The interactive whiteboard shall be located on the presentation wall in accordance with the manufacturers installation instructions. The interactive whiteboard shall be positioned such that there is no obstructing furniture (including the return on the presenters desk) immediately below the interactive whiteboard. The interactive whiteboard shall be positioned on the presentation wall as per Figure 1. Projection Screen The projection screen shall be mounted on the wall or ceiling using screen specific hardware/brackets, in accordance with the manufacturers installation instructions, aligned with the centre-line of the data projector mounting column and either 25-50mm below the ceiling at the front of the room or aligned with the top of the projector (whichever is appropriate for the venue). The projection screen shall be positioned such that the bottom bar is at least 1,000mm AFFL when fully extended (exceptions may apply where a very low ceiling is encountered or an oversized screen is specified). The projection screen shall be located away from external windows and offset to allow maximum whiteboard exposure when the screen is down, while not compromising viewing angles for any audience members. AV System Control The AV system control unit shall be located in a 19 inch equipment rack secured under the presentation desk return section using the authorized Swinburne ITS AV security hardware. The AV system controller must have at least 1RU space above for ventilation. All unused RU spaces shall be covered with vented panels. The lowest 2RU spaces must be vented using a separate 2RU vented panel. Vented covers shall be installed on the User side to prevent tampering with the equipment. The AV system controller shall be powered from a power strip in the AV rack. The AV system controller button panel shall be recessed (cavity wall), or surface mounted on a standard PDL89DM mounting block (solid masonry wall), at a height of 1500mm AFFL at the side of
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the whiteboard furthest from the projection screen, outboard from any AV cable duct (if used), unless otherwise specified by SUT on site. The data projector controller shall be programmed by the SUT AMX programmer for the specified brand and model of projector. 3.2.8 Passive Speakers The speakers should be mounted above each end of the screen, angled down slightly. Where ceiling structures prevent this, speakers are to be mounted on the sides of the whiteboard, aligned with the top edge. 3.2.9 PIR Motion Sensor The PIR motion sensor shall be installed near a front corner of the room in such orientation as to detect movement in and around the presentation area. The PIR Sensitivity trim shall be initially set to 50%, then fine tuned for best motion pickup. 3.2.10 DVD Location The DVD player shall be located on a 1RU cantilever tray in the AV rack, below the PC. 3.2.11 Cable and Cable Management Where possible, signal and control cables shall be high quality pre-moulded Dueltek and/or Lindy brands. It is permitted to solder the serial cross-over cable at the data projector to suit the equipment specifications. Signal, control and power supply cables shall be neatly installed, using Velcro strap and catenary wires where appropriate. Signal, control and power supply cable installation shall comply with all industry codes of practice, including but not limited to signal and power segregation etc. Cables shall be of correct gender. Gender changers will not be accepted. Tails of 500mm shall be left at each end of installed cables connected to equipment without the use of gender changers or wall plate terminations. All signal and control cables shall be labelled as per the supplied cable schedule. All vertical run cables shall be run according to Section 1 of this document. All horizontally run cables shall be kept separate from Moduline ducted cables, looped and cable tied away from physical interference or damage. The laptop loom umbilical shall be bundled in braid sleeve or equivalent cable management cover sheath (ref. 1.4 above). All other exposed cables shall be neatly bundled to minimize risk of hazards and/or damage. The laptop loom umbilical shall be a minimum of 1500mm long from the cable exit point. Strain relief shall be employed where cables exit the wall or duct to prevent possible cable damage or duct cover lifting. Joined connectors shall be cable tied together to prevent accidental separation. Cables from the surface of the presenters workstation to the underside, shall pass through a suitable sized cable grommet. Cabling looped around the desk edge is not acceptable. All cable slack shall be either pulled back or neatly bundled and Velcro strapped away from damage or tampering. Unused installed cabled (e.g. CV+Audio for DVD, PC VGA+Audio) shall be coiled neatly above the vertical cable run (in the ceiling space). Previously installed loose AV cabling shall be removed, bundled and returned to Swinburne ITS AV. Previously installed fixed AV cabling, if not easily removable, shall be left in place but cut off to prevent re-use. Where AXlink cable runs total 15m or less in length, violet-sheathed multi-strand Cat6 should be used. Where AXlink cable runs exceed 15m in length, consultation with Swinburne ITS AV is required to determine the best solution for AXlink connectivity. 3.2.12 Power and Network
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SUT shall provide one double GPO at the data projector location. SUT shall provide one double GPO at the presenters desk above the desk surface to supply power for laptops. SUT shall provide one double GPO at the presenters desk below the desk surface to supply power for the AV rack. A fixed twelve outlet power strip shall be securely attached to the AV rack to supply local power for the rack equipment. Plug-pack power supplies installed at the presenters workstation shall be zip tied to the fixed power strip. A network cable shall be included in the laptop loom, connected to one of the fixed network points at the presenters desk. A network cable shall be installed from the presenters PC connected to one of the fixed network points at the presenters desk.

3.3 Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) Optional


Shall be 2Touch 2,400 x 1,200 with USB interface Interfaced with presenters computer.

3.4 Classroom Automated Recording Optional


3.4.1 Capture Hardware Capture hardware shall be installed inside the AV rack, using the lowest 1RU space. A minimum of 1RU space above the capture hardware shall be reserved for ventilation. A network cable shall be installed from the capture hardware to one of the fixed network points at the presenters desk. Camera (Optional) When requested, cameras shall be installed at a suitable location as determined on site by SUT technical staff. The location shall be marked in the classroom prior to commencement of the installation. Fixed Microphones In classrooms, fixed microphones are installed in the ceiling.

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4. Lecture Theatre Teaching Space 4.1 Minimum Equipment Requirements


Lecture Theatre Desk The theatre desk must be built according to Swinburne ITS AV standard theatre desk design. The desk shall have a minimum of three cavities, each capable of housing a self-standing 12RU (H) x 500mm (D) equipment rack. 4.1.2 Data Projectors (EB-G5750WUN) Resolution - 1920 x 1200 native (16:10) Contrast Ratio - 1,500:1 or higher. Minimum connections - 1 x HDMI, 1 x VGA and 1 x RS232C. 4.1.3 Data Projector Mounting Hardware (Ultralift) Standard SUT data projector security housing and suspension column Suspend projector inverted on an adjustable three or four arm spider (supplied with the security housing). 4.1.4 Projection Screens 16:10 Aspect Ratio 3m wide (min) Electric motor drive Radius-cut edges 4.1.5 Projection Screen Override Buttons Clipsal Classic C2000 plate Clipsal 30BP bell-press momentary pushbutton PDL Model 89DM mounting block 4.1.6 AV Racks 12RU high x 500mm deep (qty 2) 4.1.7 AV System Control AMX NetLinx NI-3100 master (FG2105-05) AMX MXD-1000-L touch panel (FG5968-13) with AMX PS-POE-AF-TC PoE injector (FG423-83) AMX NXA-PDU-1508-8 power distribution unit (FG673-02) 4.1.8 PIR Motion Sensor Dual element pyroelectric o Coverage up to 15m x 15m @ 90 Operating voltage 12V DC Microwave Sensor: Sold state 10.525 GHz Microwave range selectable High/Low Dynalite DUS704C/DUS704W acceptable alternative 4.1.9 Audio Processing (BiAmp Nexia CS) 10 input 6 output Digital Signal Processor Unique matrix sub-mixes for each output Flexible equalization per output Individual phantom power control per input Feedback suppression RS232 control 4.1.10 Video Processing 6 input 4 output matrix switching, with audio VGA & Composite signal types RS232 control Composite to VGA up-scaling
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VGA to VGA scaling Program Audio (Stereo) As standard, 2.1 stereo audio, Low level reinforcement feed into the PA speaker arrays. RS232 control Discrete volume control via RS232 Discrete input selection of all stereo sources Speakers (including subwoofer) and mounting hardware to suit 2.1 stereo sound Program Audio (Surround) in specific cinema style venues 5.1 DTS surround sound Stereo sources to be duplicated to rear speakers RS232 control Discrete volume control via RS232 Discrete input selection between a) stereo analogue, b) 5.1 on Toslink, c) 5.1 on S/PDIF coaxial Speakers (including subwoofer) and mounting hardware to suit 5.1 surround sound Voice Reinforcement Lapel or lanyard style wireless microphone and receiver Hand held style wireless microphone and receiver. 100v amplifier 100v speaker arrays as per coverage requirements Induction loop driver Induction loop to cover minimum 80% seating area Computer VGA video out Monitor to suit video signal type Stereo audio out (3.5mm socket) IP connection to Swinburne network OD must not exceed 430mm (W) x 160mm (H) x 420mm (D), including cable relief / adaptors Laptop Loom VGA Stereo audio (3.5mm plug) IP connection to Swinburne network Document Camera 1024 x 768 minimum resolution VGA output RS232 controlled Base and upper lights DVD Blu-ray Component Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr video out Stereo audio out (RCA x2) Multi Region support IR controlled Automated Capture VGA capture Composite capture Schedule-based recording IP controlled Clipsal 30MBPN12 (or equivalent) recording light In-room microphone
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Audio capture of lapel, program audio, and in-room Integrated Lighting Dynalite dimmers and control to suit room fixtures Dynalite DPN308N programming socket Dynalite DPN941 keypad at each main entrance Data line from dimmers to AV System Controller in lecture theatre desk 4.1.20 Power Outlets Dual outlet GPO x 6 inside desk Dual outlet GPO x 1 at each end of desk (total x 2) mounted on the kick at floor level Dual outlet GPO x 1 on touch panel wedge, presenters side Dual outlet GPO x 1 at each data projector location Dual outlet GPO x 1 at centre-rear of venue 4.1.21 Data Outlets 1 x Computer 1 x Laptop 1 x IP phone 1 x Master control system 1 x Touch panel 1 x Automated recording 4.1.19

4.2 Physical Equipment Layout


4.2.1 Lecture Theatre Desk The Lecture Theatre furniture layout incorporates a presentation desk to house AV equipment. The desk must be built in accordance to the Swinburne ITS AV Standard Lecture Theatre Desk document. Data Projectors Projector lenses centred on centreline of screens Height relationship between projector and screen will avoid the need for electronic keystone adjustments Screen to projector distance such that the image fills the screen with the zoom adjustment set at approximate centre of its travel, allows for practical considerations of physical environment constraints Projectors mounted such that they do not impede sight lines for any audience member, particularly back row in tiered seating. Projection Screens Mounted on wooden batten to ensure that no part of the screen comes in contact with the whiteboard surface or framing. Projection Screen Override Buttons Located immediately beneath whiteboard pen tray. Each override buttons shall be located on the centreline of screen. AV Racks A separate 12RU rack shall be installed into the two outer cavities of the lecture theatre desk. One rack will be nominated to be the User rack, and the other nominated to be the Equipment rack. Both racks shall be secured to the floor of the lecture theatre desk at the rear of the rack AMX System Controller The AMX master shall be mounted in the Equipment rack on the presenters side of the rack. A network cable shall be installed from the AMX master to one of the fixed network points inside the lecture theatre desk. The AMX touch panel shall be located in the sloped surface of the lecture theatre desk.
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The AMX touch panel AV interface box shall be located inside the sloped section of the lecture theatre desk. A network cable shall be installed from the AMX touch panel to the AMX touch panel AV interface box. A second network cable shall be installed from the AMX touch panel AV interface box to one of the fixed network points inside the lecture theatre desk. The AVT-PC2 power controller shall be screwed to the vertical inside surface of the lecture theatre desk centre cavity. It shall be located immediately above the GPOs with the AVT-PC2 outlets facing the audience, aligned with the edge of the vertical panel. PIR Motion Sensor The PIR motion sensor shall be installed such that it covers the presentation area and main entrances. Multiple PIRs may be required to obtain sufficient coverage. Audio Processing The audio DSP shall be mounted in the Equipment rack. Video Processing The video matrix switcher shall be located in the equipment rack. The Composite-to-VGA scaler shall be located in or near the Equipment rack. The VGA-to-VGA scaler shall be located near the Automated Capture hardware. Program Audio The program audio amplifier shall be located in the Equipment rack. The subwoofer shall be located in the centre cavity of the lecture theatre desk. The five surround speakers shall be mounted securely to the venue in appropriate locations. Care must be taken to ensure the speakers (especially the front left/centre/right) do not interfere with projected images or PIR motion detection. Voice Reinforcement A pull-out tray for radio microphones shall be installed in the User rack. A maximum of 3RU is allowed. The radio microphone receivers shall be installed in the Equipment rack in the top RU. The theatre shall have mono voice reinforcement via two 100v speaker arrays. The speaker arrays shall be located at a depth of approximately one third and two thirds of the total theatre depth. The speaker in each array must be wired in-phase with adjacent array speakers. The voice reinforcement amplifier shall be located in the Equipment rack. The induction loop driver shall be located in the Equipment rack. Computer The computer shall be located in the top 4RU of the User rack. The computer shall be secured by Swinburne ITS to prevent unauthorized removal. The monitor, keyboard & mouse shall be placed on the working surface of the lecture theatre desk, at one end of the desk. All cables shall pass through the same desk grommet as the IP phone and laptop loom. A network cable shall be installed from the computer to one of the fixed network points inside the lecture theatre desk. Laptop Loom A minimum length of 1000mm must be available on the working surface of the lecture theatre desk. The laptop loom shall pass through the same desk grommet as the computer monitor and IP phone cables. The network cable inside the laptop loom shall be patched into one of the fixed network points inside the lecture theatre desk. Document Camera The document camera shall be placed on the working surface of the lecture theatre desk, at the opposite end to the computer monitor. Cabling for the document camera shall pass though a

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dedicated desk grommet on the document camera side of the working surface of the lecture theatre desk. DVD The DVD shall be mounted securely in the User rack such that it does not move when loading/unloading media from the DVD player. The front faces of the DVD (with DVD tray closed) must sit flush or slightly recessed (20mm max) of the outside edge of the user rack. The DVD shall be controlled by the AV controller via IR. The IR transmitter shall be fixed over the DVD player IR receiver with the supplied 1 square inch adhesive pad. IP Phone The IP phone shall be located on the working surface of the lecture theatre desk, next to the computer monitor. A network cable shall be installed from the IP phone to one of the fixed network points inside the lecture theatre desk. Cabling for the IP phone shall pass through the same desk grommet as the computer monitor and laptop loom. Automated Capture Capture hardware shall be installed inside the User Equipment rack, occupying the lowest 1RU. A vented cover shall be installed to prevent unauthorized access to the automated capture hardware. A network cable shall be installed from the capture hardware to one of the fixed network points inside the lecture theatre desk. An in-room microphone shall be installed on the sloped surface of the lecture theatre desk. An On Air recording light shall be installed on the top of the lecture theatre desk. The light must be located so that it is clearly visible to both the presenter and audience. Where a video camera is required it shall be installed towards the rear of the venue in the location as marked by Swinburne ITS staff. Integrated Lighting The Dynalite lighting dimmers shall be enclosed in a suitable housing and located as per Swinburne Facilities and Services Group guidance. A Dynalite programming point shall be installed next to the dimmer enclosure to allow programming of dimmers without the need to open the dimmer enclosure. Each main entrance shall have a Swinburne ITS AV approved 4 button DyNet compatible keypad located within 2m of the entrance. The keypad shall be located at 1,500mm AFFL. The lighting system shall have a separate data run from the Dynalite dimmers to the AMX master for integrated control of lighting. This separate data run must not provide DyNet bus power to the AMX master. For this data run, bus power should be disconnected at the dimmer end, with only D+/D/Gnd connected for control purposes. Halogen fixtures over the whiteboard/projection screen area shall be separated into two halves, each on separate dimmable circuits. Surface-mounted Single outlet GPOs shall be installed for the ProLite profile lights. The outlets shall be installed at locations as specified by Swinburne ITS staff. The front row of fluorescent lighting must be on a separate channel to the general seating fluorescent control. The remaining rows of fluorescent lighting shall be balanced over several dimmer circuits to spread circuit loading appropriately. Power Outlets Six Dual GPOs shall be installed on the inside of the lecture theatre desk centre cavity on the designated side. All outlets shall be aligned with the service side (audience) edge of the vertical surface. The first outlet shall be installed AFFL of the lecture theatre desk cavity. All remaining outlets shall be installed in a column above the first outlet. A minimum of clearance of 200mm must be maintained above the top-most outlet.

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Two Dual GPOs shall be installed on the lecture theatre desk kick, on the left and right sides of the desk. The outlets shall be biased towards the audience end of the kick. One Dual GPO shall be installed in the sloped surface of the lecture theatre desk, aligned with the centreline of the desk. The data projector Dual GPOs shall be located within 500mm of the data projector column. The GPO at the rear of the venue shall be located as per Swinburne ITS AV instructions on a pervenue basis. 4.2.20 Data Outlets Six data outlets shall be installed on the inside of the centre cavity of the lecture theatre desk, on the opposite side to the power outlets. All outlets shall be aligned with the service side (audience) edge of the vertical surface. The first outlet shall be installed AFFL of the lecture theatre desk cavity. A maximum of 4 outlets per mounting block/plate is permitted. All remaining outlets shall be installed in a column above the first outlet. A minimum of clearance of 200mm must be maintained above the top-most outlet.

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5. Flat Panel Installations 5.1 Minimum Equipment Requirements


5.1.1 Flat Panel Display (Mitsubishi LDT range) Commercial-grade LCD display 1920 x 1080 resolution (16:9 aspect) HDMI and XGA input Stereo audio input RS232-C controlled Discrete volume control, power control and input selection via RS232 Wall-based Mounting Hardware Telehook TH-3070-UT Ceiling-based Mounting Hardware Telehook TH-3070-CTW Speakers - optional Manufacturers optional extra to suit specified flat panel.

5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4

5.2 Physical Equipment Layout


5.2.1 Classroom Teaching Space The flat panel is to be mounted in landscape orientation. Minimum height from floor level to the bottom of the image is to be 1150mm. Information Monitor The flat panel is to be mounted in landscape orientation. Minimum height from floor level to the bottom of the image is to be 2100mm. Interactive Information Monitor The flat panel is to be mounted in the portrait orientation. Maximum height from floor level to the top of the image is to be 1650mm.

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6. Swinburne Acoustic Requirements for Teaching Spaces


To ensure a consistent acoustic experience across all teaching spaces, the following is an outline to general acoustic requirements. Unless specified by Swinburne ITS AV, the following requirements are considered acceptable for standard teaching spaces. All reference signals are 0dBU on Nexia meter with Gain Boost set to 0. The gain structure on the audio path shall be configured to ensure 0dBU through the processing path. It is acceptable to adjust the final stage (output) of the DPS to provide a suitable level to the amplifier to obtain the desired maximum in-room dB-C level with minimum signal distortion.

6.1 Classroom Acoustic Levels


Measurements are performed with dB meter located in the seating area, centred in the room with respect to left/right. The seating area should be divided into thirds, with the meter placed at one third the distance from the front row of seating. Where the room has an operable wall, the seating area shall be taken as the typical seating area for the majority of room usage. 6.1.1 Ambient room noise Measurement should be taken with air conditioning running. Where air conditioning override is available, it should be activated for the test. When there is no activity in the room, a maximum of 58dBC +/- 3dB is acceptable. Swinburne Facilities and Services Groups are to be advised in writing that the room requires acoustic treatment if the ambient room noise exceeds this measurement. 6.1.2 Minimum level When the system is ramped to the minimum of the ramping range, a 0dBU source shall produce a room level of 65dBC +/- 3dB. 6.1.3 Maximum system level When the system is ramped to the maximum of the ramping range, a 0dBU source shall produce a room level of 80dBC +/- 1dB. 6.1.4 Default level When the system is powered up from the standby state to the running state, a default level is recalled. A 0dBU source shall produce a room level of 72dBC +/- 3dB.

6.2 Lecture Theatre Acoustic Levels


Measurements are performed with dB meter located in the seating area, centred in the room with respect to left/right. The seating area should be divided into thirds, with the meter placed at one third the distance from the front row of seating. 6.2.1 Ambient room noise Measurement should be taken with air conditioning running. Where air conditioning override is available, it should be activated for the test. When there is no activity in the room, a maximum of 59dBC +/- 3dB is acceptable. If the ambient room noise is greater than this Swinburne Facilities and Services Groups are to be advised in writing that the room requires acoustic treatment to reduce the ambient room noise. 6.2.2 Minimum level When the system is ramped to the minimum of the ramping range, a 0dBU source shall produce a room level of 65dBC +/- 3dB. 6.2.3 Maximum system level When the system is ramped to the maximum of the ramping range, a 0dBU source shall produce a room level of 80dBC +/- 1dB. 6.2.4 Default level
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When the system is powered up from the standby state to the running state, a default level is recalled. A 0dBU source shall produce a room level of 72dBC +/- 3dB.

6.3 Lecture Theatre Frequency Response


Pink noise should be used to test the frequency response of the lecture theatre and DSP configuration. With the program audio set to maximum, frequency response measurements should be taken in three locations within the seating area and the average of the three measurements combined to produce an aggregate frequency response. The measuring locations for each venue are to be determined by Swinburne ITS AV and documented on a seating plan document to ensure tests can be repeated at a later date. Equalization adjustments to the relevant DSP output(s) should be adjusted until the desired frequency response is achieved. A transfer function of the acoustic response is measured using the following parameters: Cweighting, 1 second average, 1/6 octave smoothing, 40% coherence threshold. 6.3.1 Program Audio frequency response For frequencies between 90Hz and 9kHz, the amplitude deviation from the average should be no greater than 3dB. Frequency response outside the above range should roll off. 6.3.2 Voice Reinforcement frequency response For frequencies between 90Hz and 9kHz, the amplitude deviation from the average should be no greater than 3dB. Frequency response outside the above range should roll off. 6.3.3 Reverberation decay time Measurements should be taken An RT60 value of no more than 150mSec, +/- 50mSec is acceptable.

6.4 Lecture Theatre Reverberation Decay


Measurements should be taken at five seating locations (mid left, mid right, mid centre, rear left, rear right). The measurements should then be averaged to obtain the average RT60 value for the theatre. 6.4.1 Reverberation decay time An RT60 value of no more than 150mSec, +/- 50mSec is acceptable.

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7. Lighting Requirements for Teaching Spaces


To ensure legibility of presentation content and sufficient illumination for note taking, the following is a outline to general lighting requirements. Unless specified by Swinburne ITS AV, the following requirements are considered acceptable for standard teaching spaces. Ambient light is the level of light reflected off the centre of the projection screen, with the projector lamp turned off. Projected light is the level of light reflected off the centre of the projection screen, with the projector lamp turned on and projecting a white 6500k image.

7.1 Classroom Lighting Levels


7.1.1 7.1.2 Presentation area The ratio of projected:ambient light shall be a minimum of 10:1 at the projection screen. Seating area A minimum level of 150 lux over the seating area is acceptable when note-taking is required.

7.2 Lecture Theatre Lighting Levels


7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2.3 Presentation area The ratio of projected:ambient light shall be a minimum of 20:1 at the projection screen. Seating area A minimum level of 150 lux over the seating area is acceptable when note-taking is required. Camera recording A minimum level of 300 lux at the presentation area is acceptable when camera-based automated recording is taking place. Lighting for camera-based recording shall be configured to minimise spill onto the presentation screens. This shall be achieved primarily by suitable placement of luminaries, without blocking audience sight-lines or disruption of projected images. Further beam-shaping may be required to prevent spill onto the presentation screens.

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