The Auditorium

The Auditorium displays 3 screens and it has a maximum capacity for 1,296 people. Here, you have the possibility of having more than one speaker on stage. You can have a panel conformed by up to 8 speakers sitting on stage.

Host

As a presenter, there are many tools you are offered. Once you go up to the stage, a toolbar will appear on the bottom-right corner for you to control the presentation boards.

If you want to know more about how to use the interactive screens click here.

Also, two tabs will be displayed on top reading 'Stage Controls' and 'Screen Zoom'.

If you hover your mouse over the the 'Stage Controls' tab, several options will drop down.

1- Click here to turn on/off the lights in room.

2- Click here to mute/unmute the audience.

3- Click here to show/hide the chairs for the panel on stage.

4- Click here to choose between spatialized voice or flat voice. This changes the way that distant users hear your voice, similar to the way that proximity works in real life.

5- Click here to seat the audience.

6- Click here to add chairs. Bear in mind that this venue has a maximum capacity for 1.296 people.

7- Click here to hide chairs. The minimum amount of chairs you can have in the auditorium is 180.

If you hover your mouse over the the 'Screen Zoom ' tab, several zoom options will drop down.

If you click on the first magnifying glass, you will zoom on the left screen.

If you click on the second magnifying glass, you will zoom on the main screen.

If you click on the third magnifying glass, you will zoom on the right screen.

If you click on the fourth magnifying glass, you will have a view of the whole stage. And If you click on the last magnifying glass, you will zoom on the podium.

Audience

As part of the audience there are also many buttons available on the bottom left corner:

1- Click this button to have a full view of the stage.

2- Click this button to stand up from your seat.

3- Click here to put a hand icon on top of your avatar to show others you want to make a contribution. If you want to lower your hand, you will find the option "Put Down Hand" instead.

Besides, a tab will be displayed on top reading 'Screen Zoom'. The options that will drop down as you hover the mouse over it are the same as the presenter's.

The Large Boardroom

In this venue there are 2 main screens and 3 retractable ones and the capacity depends on the room configuration you choose. Once you go in, a menu will be displayed on top of your screen reading 'Boardroom Layout'. When you hover your mouse over it, some options will drop down.

Layout number 1: 1 large table and 24 seats.

Layout number 2: 6 small tables with 30 chairs total (5 chairs in each table).

Layout number 3: 9 small tables with 45 chairs total (5 chairs in each table).

Layout number 4: classroom format, 20 individual desks with screens.

Layout number 5: empty room.

If needed, in this room there is also a large couch with extra sitting space, which is useful as a waiting room.

The Medium Boardroom

In this venue there are two main screens and a big table with 13 chairs. If needed there are 5 extra stools in the room.

The Meeting Room

In this venue there is one main screen and big table facing it with 6 chairs. If needed there are 4 extra couches and a retractable screen in the room.

The Classroom

When you enter this venue two tabs will be displayed on top reading 'Private Volumes' and 'Room Configurations'.

If you hover your mouse over the the 'Private Volumes' tab, you will be able to enable or disable the private audio of the attendee's tables. By choosing to disable it, the room will become a public audio space. This means people will be able to converse across tables, while with the private audio, they will not be able to hear each other.

If you hover your mouse over the the 'Room Configurations' tab, several options will drop down. No matter which configuration you choose, there is a desk always present meant for the teacher or moderator.

1- Workstations: 15 individual desks with private screens, but at the same time facing a main screen.

2- Pair breakouts: 15 desks with 2 chairs each for pair discussion.

3- Circle discussion: 15 individual desks arranged in a circle.

4- None: empty room.

The Conference Hall

The conference hall displays 3 screens and its capacity depends on the room configuration you choose. Here, you have the possibility of having more than one speaker on stage. You can have a panel conformed by up to 4 speakers sitting on stage.

Host

As a presenter, there are many tools you are offered. Once you go up the stage, a toolbar will appear on the bottom right corner for you to control the presentation boards. If you want to know more about how to use the interactive screens click here.

Also, three tabs will be displayed on top reading 'Screen Zoom', 'Stage Controls' and 'Sitting Config.' .

If you hover your mouse over the the 'Screen Zoom ' tab, several zoom options will drop down. If you click on the first magnifying glass, you will zoom on the left screen.

If you click on the second magnifying glass, you will zoom on the main screen. If you click on the third magnifying glass, you will zoom on the right screen.

If you hover your mouse over the the 'Stage Controls' tab, several options will drop down.

1- Click here to mute/unmute the audience.

2- Click here to choose between spatialized voice or flat voice.

3- Click here to enable or disable the private volumes of the attendee's tables. By choosing to disable it, the room will become a public audio space.

If you hover your mouse over the 'Sitting Config.'

1- Conference hall layout: 14 small tables with 112 chairs (8 people each). Each table has a private audio space.

2- Lecture seating arrangement: 43 individual desks facing the stage.

3- Pair partner table layout: 15 desks with 2 chairs each for pair discussion. (30 chairs total). Each table has a private audio space.

Audience

As part of the audience you will be able to put a hand icon on top of your avatar to show others you want to make a contribution by clicking the button on your bottom left corner. If you want to lower your hand, you will find the option "Put Down Hand" instead.

Besides, a tab will be displayed on top reading 'Screen Zoom' . The options that will drop down as you hover the mouse over it are the same as the presenter's.

Theatre

The theatre displays a main screen and 32 seats facing it.

Host

As a presenter, once you go up the stage, a toolbar will appear on the bottom right corner for you to control the presentation boards. If you want to know more about how to use the interactive screens click here.

Also, two tabs will be displayed on top reading 'Screen Zoom' and 'Stage Controls'.

When you hover over the 'Screen Zoom' tab, a magnifying glass will drop down and you can click on it to zoom in the main screen.

When you hover over the 'Stage Controls' tab, several options will drop down.

1- Click here to turn on/off the lights in room.

2- Click here to mute/unmute the audience.

3- Click here to choose between spatialized voice or flat voice.

Audience

As an attendee a menu on top of your screen will be displayed reading 'Screen Zoom' When you hover over the 'Screen Zoom' tab, a magnifying glass will drop down and you can click on it to zoom in the main screen.

Alternatively, you can also use the magnifying glass icon located at the top-right corner of the screen.

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