Another neat multimedia console
Multimedia control consoles can take many configurations. In this example, the nearest wing contains the document camera and small monitor to check positioning of material under the camera. Below is a 19in rack with a DVD and VCR. Hidden in this view is an audio graphic equalizer.
The middle section has a desk for the presenter's papers, and the rack below contains switchers and processing equipment. The furthest wing has desk space for the keyboard near the flat monitor. The CPU is housed below.
Note that all cables of the desk-mounted units are neatly concealed from view.
The multimedia console designer, Andy Hughes, shown, can be contacted at PurdueUniversity, W. Lafayette Indiana.
A neat multimedia lectern for today's presenter
Watch out for "Computer Table Jumble"
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