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Every video conferencing system starts with the same three ingredients: audio, video, and a computer to run the conferencing platform. Whether you have one meeting space or 100, each room varies in size, shape, configuration, and needs, but the need for flexibility remains constant.
The MXA920W-S ceiling array mic includes all of the same features as the MXA910 that it replaces, and fits the same ceiling openings and mounting accessories.
The MXA920 ceiling array mic offers new features for AV conferencing, camera tracking, and voice lift. Learn how it compares to the MXA910 that it replaces.
Automatic Coverage picks up talkers in a defined area, while Steerable Coverage lets you aim pickup lobes manually. Learn which is right for your room.
The MXA920 ceiling array mic uses Automatic Coverage technology to pick up sound only in areas you want. You can customize coverage to suit your room layout.
Classrooms and lecture halls are still designed with only in-person attendance in mind, and the ad hoc remote schooling solutions cobbled together during the pandemic have started showing their age. For schools to really take advantage of the benefits of HyFlex classrooms, they’ll need to start giving their old, dusty classrooms a shiny new facelift. Here are some of the best practices we’ve found in working with schools all across the world.
With the rate technology is advancing in the conferencing space, it’s easy to get overwhelmed when choosing out the equipment for your rooms. But don’t worry, we’re here to help you create a modernized, ‘future-proof’ conference room with a few simple steps.
The communication revolution created by video conferencing is a big leap forward towards one of the ‘good’ sci-fi futures, a brighter tomorrow in which we’re able to make genuine connections the world over. Before we get there, though, we’re going to have to step up access to quality education to help the next generation gain a head start. This means utilizing hyflex and distance learning effectively in the classroom. Unfortunately, most schools are still using setups and designs made for 100% in-person attendance or utilizing piece-mealed solutions that were never meant to be permanent.
Despite the tech world being abuzz with new ideas and products that revolutionize the way people do business, we’re STILL stuck with some of the same problems we’ve been dealing with since the 50s. Flying people around the world for simple meetings, breakdowns in communication, and plain old employee burnout are issues we’re dealing with that our grandparents would be all too familiar with.
Learn more about how to get your classroom ready for student's return in the fall.