The Dell tower is on the floor near the larger tech cabinet. It is not connected to a separate screen, and only uses the projector screen. The wireless mouse and keyboard are kept on top of the tech cabinet. The Dell is not set up for the virtual reality system.
Follow the steps in the Touch Panel instructions for lighting and sound.
Launch Leawo Blu-Ray Player from the Dell PC.
Click the Play button and the file explorer will pop up.
If your disc is in the Dell disc drive, choose “BD-RE Drive (E:).” If it is in the external Blu-Ray player, choose “BD-RE Drive (H:).” The name of the movie should appear next to the drive it is in.
Option 1: Choose the BDMV folder, then the BDMV file, which may be called “Movie Object” or something similar.
Option 2: Locate and select the .m2ts file which can be found at the following path: "\BDMV\STREAM\00000.m2ts".
You will have to use the keyboard, rather than the mouse, to make your selections in the disc’s menu options.
Insert disc into Dell computer disk drive.
Open CyberLink Media Suite software.
Choose “Movie,” then “Play movie disc.”
If you are having difficulties with technology in the room, refer to the solutions below. If you are not comfortable performing these actions, or if you require additional assistance, reach out to the Area 49 Desk or Beth Caruso (rm. 227). For support after hours, contact the AISLE Team at 704-687-5500, option 3. Tell them that you are in the Atkins Visualization Lab.
This means that the computer auto-updated and deleted the program. Re-download the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Follow these steps to have a continuous display for the entire screen. Note: These projectors use EdgeBlend to combine the ends of the two projections. If they do not overlap correctly, use the last step in this process to correct it.