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Gates Hillman Center / McWilliams eScience Conference Room 4303

picture of room

Room Features

  • Projector
  • System-Controlled Screen
  • Video Conference System
  • McWilliams eScience Video Wall
  • 36" A/V Cart
    • Touch Panel
    • Laptop Bundle (VGA/Audio Cables)
    • Document Camera
    • DVD/CD Player
    • USB Port
    • Auxiliary Panel
  • Seating Capacity: 51
  • Maximum Capacity: 51

Reserve via SCS

McWilliams eScience Video Wall

Picture of the six monitors that make up the video wall

McWilliams eScience System Guide

Picture of screen. Area A is in the upper left. Area B is a vertical section below area A. Area C is in the bottom left. Area D is to the right of area C. Area E is in the bottom right next to area D. Area F is in the middle.

The Cyviz Display Control consists of six main sections:
A) From here you can go back to the home screen, turn the system off, adjust the sound, enter the admin section, toggle mono and stereoscopic view modes (optional), and bring up the on-screen keyboard.
B) Here you can toggle between the windows full screen mode and black background.
C) This shows a list of available sources, presents, and templates.
D) Take control and organize your individual sources.
E) Setup a video conference.
F) Here is where you place and re-size your sources.