Visual Arts Center, Beam Classroom


Beam classroom is a larger, seminar-style classroom with a large capacity and touch-screen AV controls.


Beam classroom is a larger, seminar-style classroom with a large capacity and touch-screen AV controls.

General Information

Location: Visual Arts Center, Room 101.
Hours: Open when available.
Room Type: Classroom/Seminar.
Seating Capacity: 81.
Reservations: Contact the Campus Scheduler.


Instructor/Podium Station:

  • Mac Mini providing Mac OS and a virtual Windows operating system.
  • 21.5" Crestron Touch Panel/Instructor Monitor.
  • AirTouch sit/stand instructor desk (Push the lever to gently raise or lower the desk to suit your needs).
    • Note: HDMI, USB, and Ethernet Laptop/iPad hook-up available at instructor's station.
  • Lumen's DC-260 Digital Document Camera (HDMI & Power cords are at the table, the unit resides in the AV cabinet).
  • A list of software for either operating system can be found here.

A/V Technologies:

  • Panasonic PT-RZ870 Hi-Definition Laser Projector.
    • Ceiling mounted, native resolution of 1920 x 1200, 1080p (8500 Lumens of brightness).
  • Crestron Interactive Touch Panel Controls.
  • Region Free Blu-ray/DVD/CD Player.
    • Note: Located in the AV rack, in the AV closet next to instructor's station.
  • Room Audio.
  • (2) PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) web cameras (wall mounted on far side opposite the instructor station, wall mounted behind the instructor station).
  • Vocal reinforcement Instructor:  Yes - Lavalier to room audio (located in the AV closet).
  • Vocal reinforcement Audience:  Yes - CatchBox to room audio.
    • NOTE:  The PTZ cameras, lavaliere and hanging microphones are the primary Zoom/MS Teams devices!

Additional Information:

  • Large wall-mounted chalk board.
  • Automatic shades.
  • Multiple, dimmable lighting scenes.

Training and Support


We highly recommend that you request a training session before using this space for the first time. To request a session, click the button below.

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If you experience any issues in the classroom or lab, either with the AV technology or a computer, please let us know so we can fix it right away!

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