Audio-visual systems and architectural acoustics for a six story headquarters building. The First and Second Floors house a conference center, dining areas and a cafe, a virtual/augmented reality laboratory, a heritage center, as well as a 6,000 square foot divisible room that serves as a conference room or banquet hall for 300 attendees. Huddle spaces and conference rooms are spaced throughout the open office space, and feature collaboration technologies and videoconferencing that provide maximum flexibility to the end users.
Architectural acoustics and mechanical noise control.
Audio-visual systems include integrated shade control, video capture and streaming capabilities, and videoconferencing. Sound masking provides both privacy and comfort throughout the work spaces. The executive suite features a state-of-the-art boardroom with multiple displays, video conferencing with multiple cameras to cover the custom 24 person V-shaped table, as well as a mix-minus audio re-enforcement system that allows for natural conversations across the room. A virtual/augmented reality laboratory features a surround sound system, multiple displays, and a control room for future technology uses. Multiple projection systems are used with a plethora of sources fed both locally and from the broadcast control room.
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