Educational Technology

April 30, 2010

The State of AV in Education

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

By Denise Harrison, Campus Technology

What does Scott Walker, a 20-year veteran of AV in higher education, have against lecture halls? Campus Technology spoke to him to find out. We need to plan for different infrastructures. One example is that the analog VGA port is going away. The analog VGA port will be replaced by DisplayPort on the computer side, and DVI and HDMI for other content sources. So our systems simply have to accept that signal type in some form. This is a seismic shift because these are digital versus analog, and you can convert from digital to analog to a point, but not when you are dealing with digital content copyrights.

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