The British Pure AV Integrator has used the Panasonic LCD screens to develop a laboratory in the Faculty of pharmacy in a modern space for cooperation.
The Faculty of pharmacy of the Keele Universitylocated in the English countryside of Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, advocates an approach with interdisciplinary students, which will explore both the scientific aspects and clinical of this race in order to offer a wider range of learning objectives.
To meet this requirement, this faculty has opted to install audio-visual solutions, turning a traditional computer laboratory of 48 seats in a modern collaborative space with capacity for 60 people, according to the project by the Integrator Pure AV, which has used LCD screens of Panasonic model TH-49LF80.
In particular, Faculty of Pharmacy managers wanted a new approach to the distribution of the room. Pure AV designed a distribution that fostered teamwork, with 10 tables, six seats and color-coded to enhance group activities; each one of them with a built-in screen of 49 ", replacing the traditional banks of desks and computers.
Screens, with IPS panel, offer a brightness of 700 cd/m2 and offer excellent side visibility even in very lit environments. The rapporteur may present the content of each Conference on the screens using the control panel of Extron that is on the lectern.
Another innovative solution is a system Kramer Via Connect Pro to perform a collaborative casting over the wireless network, which encourages students to work together and further interaction with the educational tools of augmented reality are used increasingly in the Faculty of pharmacy.
Another challenge posed by the project was to increase the flexibility of this space to adapt to different activities. So the Director of the MPharm, Katie Maddock course explains it: "wanted to design something that was very flexible and would allow us to do all sorts of creative things. We have our own technology of augmented reality that we can project the students, from traditional sessions images or web content to the revision of diagnostic imaging".
The initial response to this digital transformation has been positive, driven in part by the improvement of the sound system and the incorporation of LCDs, systems that have greatly influenced the quality of the educational experience, as they point out the responsible for this ability.
The new environment creates excellent opportunities to take notes, use digital whiteboards, share files and even turns to control linked screens and presented throughout the room. Equally, the Dicom standard Panasonic LCDs have improved significantly learning in students of X-ray diagnostic images.
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