US LIBRARY UPGRADES BOARDROOM AV
BY JIM STOKES
The world's largest medical library, the National Library of Medicine, adds integrated systems.
The conference table features panels that allow users to plug in their laptop computers, which can feed signals to the video projector. The operator can control the boardroom's Lutron window shades and light-dimming system, ranging from sunscreen to total blackout.
Jim Stokes has been involved in the AV industry for more than 30 years and is a Sound & Communications Contributing Editor. 28
Sound & Communications
The world's largest medical library--the US National Library of Medicine (NLM) in Bethesda MD--has upgraded its boardroom AV system. It's the first major equipment update in the 30x40-foot boardroom since the initial AV install around 10 years ago. Major upgrades include speech reinforcement, laptop AV, integration into the medical campus network (LAN), 5.1 surround sound and integration of interactive touchscreen/DVD into boardroom presentations. Robert ...