[AG-TECH] Mobile AG advice?

John I Quebedeaux Jr johnq at lsu.edu
Fri Dec 8 14:54:11 CST 2006

Even better, put it up on the AG website. I'm curious as well. I  
mean, i have one i built as well, it's getting old though...  
(rubbermaid cart, etc.) as I go cross campus/cross state with mine.  
I'll try to do the same and document mine for the AG site next week  
(making time to do this with some other reports i'm working on).

I'd like to see what else is out there.

-John Q.

On Dec 8, 2006, at 10:59 AM, Derek Piper wrote:

> 	Hi Thad,
> 	We have a cart that works for polycom as well as AG. We have an  
> LCD-TV on a cart along with a regular PC in a small desktop case  
> for AG. The LCD-TV takes a VGA plug input. There's a camera on the  
> cart next to the polycom. By using the TV remote you can switch  
> between AG and polycom. Polycom is big on campus here so it was one  
> way to provide both solutions.
> 	Nothing more than a PIG node really is what the cart is. There's a  
> ClearOne conference 3-element microphone that we have on the cart  
> that can be placed out on a meeting table if need be (it's pickup  
> is good enough you can even leave it on the cart and it's fine).
> 	Not a lot for people to do except plug in the cord for the power  
> strip in and turn it on.
> 	If you'd like a spec sheet and costing, let me know. I think I  
> still have it around.
> 	Derek
> Thad Sze wrote:
>> Does anyone out there who has put together a mobile AG solution  
>> that can be deployed in offices, etc have any advice to offer?
>> Particularly regarding AV equipment and sound quality. Any  
>> pitfalls to avoid would also be appreciated.
>> Thanks,
>> Thad
>> --------------------
>> Thaddeus Sze
>> Information Technology
>> Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences
>> Harvard University
> -- 
> Derek Piper - dcpiper at indiana.edu - (812) 856 0111
> IRI 323, School of Informatics
> Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

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