One of the core themes of the project was that the space needed to have the latest in technology, without taking away from the history and architecture of the building. By providing a 12,000 Lumen, WUXGA projector (Panasonic PT-DZ13K), we were able to provide a stunning image over 15 ft diagonal, while still allowing natural sunlight and architectural lighting to fill the space. To provide HD broadcast-quality imagery from the hall, we outfitted the room with four Panasonic HD PTZ cameras and one HD static camera, to view the space from all angles, controlled from the broadcast booth. The room is completely controlled by a Crestron control system, built with 3 touchpanels, all with capabilities based on their location. Higher level functions, such as pin-pad lockout and real-time microphone level feedback, were upgrades provided to the control interface. With the ability for the system to be reconfigurable and grow over time, this is truly a one-of-a-kind design we are extremely proud of.