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Gwynn Lounge Audio Visual Equipment Guide

Gwynn Lounge is equipped with a 50” wall mounted flat panel display and ceiling mounted speakers, a movable video camera and noise canceling microphone system. Gwynn Lounge can be reserved through the HES Graduate Dean office.

Any laptop equipped with either VGA or HDMI can be connected to the flat panel and ceiling mounted speakers using the cables built into the wall to the left of the flat panel. The control panel for the flat panel is below and to the right of the display. Most of the time you will only need to use the POWER button. If your laptop does not automatically display on the flat panel after 1 minute, you may need to press the INPUT button on the wall panel control (see attached picture below).

A dedicated laptop configured for the teleconference equipment is stored in the cabinet below and to the left of the flat panel display. The key is available from HES Student Services. A remote for the TV, a remote for the video camera and a remote PowerPoint controller for the laptop are also stored in the cabinet.

To setup the teleconferencing system:

control switch

  • Turn on the computer inside the cabinet and set the wireless mouse and keyboard on the table. You may want to use the mouse pad if the mouse will be on a glass surface.
  • Use this account to logon, which is preconfigured for all the correct video conference settings:
    • Username: HES-6SMWZK12\GwynnLounge
      Password: (written inside cabinet)
  • Turn on the flat panel by pressing the POWER button on the wall plate below and to the right of the flat panel. If the laptop does not automatically display on the flat panel after 1 minute, you may need to press the INPUT button on the wall panel control.
  • If you want to use video, remove the camera/tripod from the right side of the cabinet and unreel the wire as you place the tripod anywhere in the room (50’ cable limit). Adjust the height of the tripod as needed by releasing and re-tightening the levers to extend each leg of the tripod.
  • You can adjust the volume of the speakers through the wall plate controller buttons and the volume control built-into Windows, and also within some teleconference programs like Skype. If the sound isn’t loud enough be sure to check all 3 possibilities.
  • The wall-mounted conference microphone can be lifted off the wall mount and placed in the middle of the table – up to 15 feet from the wall – but the wire must stay connected to it.

flat screen display in Gwynn LoungeYou can use your own Skype account or use this one:
hesdean@missouri.edu
password: (contact muhesit@missouri.edu well before your event)

You can use your own Webex account or the HES Dean’s account:
hesdean@missouri.edu
password: (contact muhesit@missouri.edu well before your event)

You can use your own Zoom account or the HES Dean’s account:
hesdean@missouri.edu
password: (contact muhesit@missouri.edu well before your event)

PLEASE carefully recoil the cable for the camera and place the tripod back in the cabinet when you are finished. Please also stuff the wire for the microphone back through the hole in the wall if you move the microphone to the table.