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The instructions below are provided to presenters and speakers due to appear at meetings in the European Heart House. The instructions give an overview of our technical facilities and are meant to ensure trouble-free, successful and captivating presentations.
This new equipment replaces the "standard" overhead projector
You will not need to touch the buttons, this machine is controlled entirely by the technician.
This new digital white board equipment replaces the "standard" paperboard or flipchart
Caution: whatever you ask to be displayed, or switched on/off, it will take a few seconds to become operational. To help or assist you, remember that the technician can control all the equipment from the projection cabin if necessary.
Do not hesitate to ask for training on the equipment upon your arrival at the European Heart House.
This screen welcomes you to the European Heart House, it also informs you that the projection is not yet ready. (your slide tray or your video tape are being loaded...)
For single slide projection, this screen allows you to control your slides. The upper button is for the following slide(s), the lower button is for the previous.
For double slides projection, this screen allows you to control your slides. The upper buttons are for the following slides, the lower buttons are for the previous.
This screen allows you to control your video. To advance frame by frame, press first " PAUSE ", then " NEXT FRAME " as desired. To go back to normal speed : press " PLAY ".
Caution ! This screen informs you that there is a technical issue in the projection cabin. You will be allowed to start or to continue your presentation as soon as possible. The caution screen is rarely seen!
If you want more information on the audio-visual facilities at the EHH do not hesitate to contact: by phone : +33 (0) 4 92 94 76 or e-mail : email@example.com
The total success of your meeting is our only objective!
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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