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Title: Recommended Practice for Lighting Performance for Small to Medium Sized Videoconferencing Rooms
Document Number: IES/AVIXA RP-38-17
Type of Standard: Performance/Developed jointly with IES
This Standard provides lighting parameters and performance criteria for small-to-medium-sized single-axis videoconferencing spaces (minimum of 3, maximum of 25 primary seating locations), defined as one set of video displays and cameras oriented toward a group of seated participants. The Standard provides guidance to professionals involved in the design, construction, assessment, and support of videoconferencing environments by establishing performance criteria for the design and testing of room lighting and finishes that will provide appropriate picture quality.
Audiovisual, AV, camera, conferencing, distance learning, fill light, illuminance, key light, light meter, lighting, luminaire, luminance, meetings, teleconferencing, telepresence, video, videoconferencing, video teleconference (VTC)
Task Group Members:
Jim Yorgey, Chair
C. Brooke Carter-Silver, Co-Chair
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