Zoom Rooms Design Guide
Welcome! Below you will find various resources to learn more about Zoom Rooms audio visual systems and design philosophy. We will list specific design examples of Zoom Rooms within a commercial environment.
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Design philosophy and guidance
- Lighting guidelines
- Furniture guidelines
- Acoustics & audio concepts
- Zoom Rooms audio guidelines
- Best practices whitepaper
- H.323/SIP Room Systems Conversion
- Zoom Rooms for Education
- Broadcasting a Zoom Meeting
Zoom Rooms Appliance designs
Appliance designs are designs that are simple and generally plug-and-play. Configuration of external devices is minimized and can generally be built by an internal Audio Visual / IT Team or Data/Electrical Professionals with AV experience.
- Private Space (Up to 3 People)
- Huddle Space (Up to 7 People)
- Touch Collaboration Space (Up to 7 People)
- Conference Room (Up to 12 people)
- Boardroom (Up to 22 people)
- Immersive Collaboration Space (Up to 12 people)
- Hybrid Classroom (Up to 25 People)
Zoom Rooms professional AV designs
- ProAV Boardroom (Up to 22 people)
- ProAV Broadcast Studio (Up to 5 people)
- ProAV Multi-Purpose Space (All-Hands/Training/Classroom)
- ProAV Divisible Space
Zoom Rooms accessory designs
These accessory designs can either be added to any of our designs or can be utilized as a standalone system.
- Scheduling Display
- Virtual Kiosk / Virtual Receptionist
- Digital Signage with Screen Share
- Companion Whiteboard
- Inter/Intra Office System
Vendor-specific Zoom Rooms designs
Vendor-specific room designs are built around a single vendor for a variety of room types and are suited for corporations looking to standardize on a vendor for global consistency.
Zoom Rooms Appliance Designs
Zoom Rooms Windows Designs
Zoom Rooms Accessory Designs
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