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Multimedia Office

Room A724 (TTLC)

Phone: (713) 221-8190

 

Multimedia Office Hours

8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. M-TH

8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m F

 

Multimedia Staff

Nikhil Bhatt

Manager of Multimedia
Technology Services

Phone: (713) 221-8244

Email: bhattn@uhd.edu

 

David McCoy

Multimedia Engineer III

Phone: (713) 221-5595

Email: mccoyd@uhd.edu

 

Richard Vara

Multimedia Engineer II

Phone: (713) 221-2745

Email: varar@uhd.edu

 

Multimedia Quick Links

Equipment Reservations

Facilities Reservations

Service/Repair Report

Commencement Video Order

Multimedia Services

 

Equipment List
 
Equipment requests need to be made at least 24 hours before the requested time. Requests for equipment to be used events need to be made 48 hours before the requested time.
 
 

Digital Equipment

LCD Cart
A 42" wide screen monitor that is connected to a DVD player.
LCD Projector
Will hook up to PC or Mac & display computer data onto a projection screen. This unit will project XGA resolution (1024x768) with a minimum of 2500 lumens.
Document Camera
Real-time image capture devices for displaying object to a larger audience. They are in essence, high resolution web cams, mounted on arms so as to facilitate their placement over a page. This allows a teacher to display a three-dimensional object or write on a sheet of paper while the class observes.
Media Cart
LCD projector, PC Computer, flat screen monitor, wireless internet access, mouse and speakers.
MediaSite
A portable unit that allows you to record your lectures and presentations, and deliver them online for your students to view. Please contact Nikhil Bhatt (x8244) to make reservations.
Camcorder MiniDV
Used with MiniDV tapes that provides digital recordings.Tapes must be purchased separately.
Digital Point and Shoot Camera
A camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.
   

Presentation Support

Tripod or Pull-Up Projection Screens
These are portable screens in sizes.
Smart Board
A product of SMART Technologies. It is a large, touch-controlled screen that works with a projector and a computer. The projector throws the computer's desktop image onto the interactive whiteboard, which acts as both a monitor and an input device. Users can write on the interactive whiteboard in digital ink or use a finger to control computer applications by pointing, clicking and dragging, just as with a desktop mouse. Buttons launch a popup keyboard and a right-mouse-click menu for more input options.
Flip Chart Easel
A stationery item resembling a whiteboard, typically supported on a tripod or four-legged easel. A pad of paper sheets is typically fixed to the upper edge. Such charts are commonly used for presentations.
Display Easel
An upright support used for displaying and/or fixing something resting upon it.
Laser Pointer
A portable, pen-sized laser designed to be held in the hand, and most commonly used to project a point of light to highlight items of interest during a presentation.
   

Audio Devices

Headphones
A pair of small loudspeakers, or less commonly a single speaker, with a way of holding them close to a user's ears and a means of connecting them to a signal source such as an audio amplifier, radio or CD player. To be checked out for maximum of three days.
Portable P.A. System
Portable system which has capability of 1 microphone input and 1 line input. It comes with either a wireless handheld or lavaliere microphone. For groups up to 50 people.
Concert Sound System
For small outdoor/indoor events. This sound package includes 1 Mackie 16 channel mixer board, 4 Shure SM58 Beta mics, 2 Mackie powered speakers with stands. For groups up to 300 people.
Microphone (Wired)
For any kind of audio amplification or recording needs. Comes with stand. Must be requested with a P.A. System.
 
Microphone (Wireless)
Lapel or handheld microphone for cordless voice amplification/audio recording.
 
Digital Recording Sound System Marantz Audio Recorder, up to six PZM microphones. Can be used for recording hearings.
Mixer (Audio) Various types from 4 inputs to 16 inputs. Used for sound reinforcement for audio
CD Player
An electronic device which plays audio Compact Discs. For large crowds, please request Sound Amplification System.
   

Analog Devices

VCR
This is a playback machine which displays/records any type of video on a videotape.
TV/VCR/DVD Cart
A unit that plays either VHS tapes or DVD's.
Camcorder VHS/SVHS
Used with ½" VHS tapes for analog recordings. Tapes must be purchased separately.
Audio Cassette Player
Plays standard audio cassettes.
   

Other Equipment

 
Multimedia keeps a limited inventory of equipment of production and presentation equipment. Equipment is not checked out directly to students. Students requiring the use of laptop computers for several hours use should contact the Academic computing labs located in the One Main, Shea and Commerce Buildings.
   

Important!

   
Faculty requiring equipment operating assistance or help with producing Multimedia presentations are encouraged to contact the Multimedia office, x8190.
 
Faculty and staff borrowing UHD Multimedia equipment are responsible for the safe and “on time” return of that equipment. Any equipment problems should be reported immediately to the Multimedia staff. The cost for repairing or replacing lost or damaged equipment will be charged to the borrower or their department
   

There may be charges for use of equipment, or services for special events, or student organizations. Please contact us to find out more (713-221-8190).

   
Equipment requests need to be made at least 24 hours before the requested time. Requests for equipment to be used events need to be made 48 hours before the requested time.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last updated or reviewed on 9/3/14

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