Philadelphia Use Cases

Broadcast to Classroom

What does the presenter see?

Philadelphia’s broadcast room is a small conference room. The lectern is positioned in front of the camera. Across from the lectern are 3 LCD screens for the presenter to view. They will have the opportunity to customize what they see on the screens during the presentation.

What does the remote audience see?

The audience in the connected classroom will see a life-sized projection of the presenter on a large screen at the front of the room. Any content being shared will be displayed on the LCD screens on the left and right walls of the room. The presenter controls whether or not content is shown on those screens.

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Classroom to Classroom

What does the presenter see?

The presenter has a direct view of the confidence monitor, which is positioned in the back of the room. They will be able to see the content displayed on the side LCD screens. There are also two projection screens on the back wall, one on each side of the confidence monitor, displaying the remote audience.

What does the remote audience see?

The audience in the connected classroom will see a life-sized projection of the presenter on a large screen at the front of the room. Any content being shared will be displayed on the LCD screens on the left and right walls of the room. The presenter controls whether or not content is shown on those screens.

PHL Teach mode to WSF Learn mode
PHL Teach mode to PWCC Learn mode