Updated Summer 2021
Your Room Contains
- 1 Ceiling Projector(s)
- 1 Podium Monitor(s)
- Control Panel: Style 1
- 1 Document Camera(s)
- 1 Lapel Microphone(s)
- Gooseneck Microphone
Getting Started With...
Display on Screen:
- Tap Turn System On
- Tap Screen
- Choose the device you wish to display on the screen such as a laptop connected to HDMI 1 or VGA 1, the Blu-ray player, Doc Cam, or Cynap.
Note: the Blank Screen option will stop the currently selected image from projecting.
- Tap Home
- Choose Turn System Off
Connecting Your Laptop Wirelessly:
- Connect your laptop.
- On Windows:
- Use the Windows Key + P Key to bring up the Project menu.
- Choose Connect to a wireless display.
- Choose the Cynap for your room.
- On MacBook:
- Select the Airplay icon in your menu bar to see available devices.
- Select the Cynap for your room.
- On Windows:
- Enter the 4-digit code that appears at the top of the Cynap screen on your laptop. Your laptop will appear on the Cynap screen.
Connecting a Wired Device:
Use these steps to display a device that is hooked up using an HDMI cable; this includes the document camera, Blu-ray player, or a laptop.
|1. On the Control Panel under the Cynap Input menu, select the device you want to display from the Cynap onto the projector. You can select from your document camera, laptop connected with HDMI or VGA, or Blu-ray player. |
Note: Your control panel may look different than the image on the right.
|2. On the Cynap screen, tap the screen and select the [ + ] button.|
|3. Then, select Cynap Input to add the device previously selected on the Control panel.|
|4. Your selected device will appear on the Cynap screen. Send this device image over to the main projector screen in Moderator mode by tapping the bottom menu of the device window and choose the Send to Projector button.|
The document camera located in your classroom allows you to easily display documents, objects, and simple demonstrations to an entire classroom and/or lecture hall.
- Zoom wheel, which allows for closer details of the images or objects being projected
- Continuous auto-focus that adjusts as you zoom in and out to keep your image in clear focus
- LCD preview
- A brightly lit working surface
- Loop-pull up for easy setup
- Freeze frame, which freezes the image displayed through the projector system
How to Use the Document Camera:
- Lift up the document camera with the loop-pull and the camera will automatically turn on.
- Place your document or demonstration on the working surface
- Ensure auto-focus is enabled to have a continuous clear presentation
The camera in your classroom can be controlled by the Control Panel in your room. You should see a Camera control button on the panel. On this button, you can pan, tilt, and zoom in with your camera. Cameras may have preset controls that will move them to a set spot and zoom. Try out the controls available to you in your room.
Tip: if you are zoomed in, the pan and tilt will be more pronounced. Zoom out to have more control over the movement of the camera.
Depending on the type of camera in your classroom, you may not see all the controls you have here. If your classroom has a webcam, that will not have camera controls associated with it and may be directly connected to an attached computer in the room.