Kennesaw State University’s Master of Science (M.S.) with a major in Applied Exercise and Health Science (AEHS) needed a new state-of-the-art laboratory for the biomechanics department. A completion date of approximately one month was set from time of contact.
The new KSU biomechanics lab required a variety of integrated technologies to be ready within a month, including a digital video signal distribution system, 16 camera locations, multiple HD commercial displays, digital matrix switching, sound reinforcement, and a Crestron touch-screen control system.
Inspired by the university’s history of utilizing advance technologies in its learning and teaching practices, Atlanta Pro AV consulted with head of the department Dr. John Mclester and other campus professionals to quickly produce an autocad design that addressed the lab’s needs. The project was completed on-time, on-budget, and was put into use in the fall semester. The lab focuses on the study of exercise and health science.
- Panasonic LCD Monitors
- Extron Digital Matrix Switcher
- Extron DVI over CAT6 Extenders
- Crestron Control Systems
- Shure microphones
- Biamp audio processing
- QSC Powered Sound System