Anderson Hall Classroom FAQ

General Classroom information

  • The projector screen is not motorized
  • For your convenience, there are multiple power outlets on multiple walls.
  • There are ethernet ports available on multiple walls
  • To use the Epson Projection Software you must connect to a wireless network: Gustavus or GustavusSecure.
  • The podium has a Lenovo and Macintosh charger in it. To use these chargers, the podium must be plugged into the wall.
  • The projectors will not rotate to any other wall, except for where it is currently pointed. They do not swivel.

Using the Crestron Control Panel


Turns the projector on.


Turns the projector off.

Volume Knob

The volume should start at 75% of full volume when the projector is turned on. You can rotate the knob to increase the volume or decrease the volume. There is an indicator light to show what level the volume is currently set at.

HDMI Input (Wired Method)

Hardwired connection to the projector from an HDMI source (Guests will need to use this method). This is designed to work for laptops/DVD players.

  1. Turn on projector
  2. choose the HDMI source
  3. connect to wifi network Gustavus or use an ethernet cable; guests will need to connect to GustavusGuest
  4. plug laptop into the power supply
  5. plug HDMI cable into laptop
    1. adjust volume
    2. adjust lighting
  6. when done, turn projector off and put cables back in box

Easy MP Input (Wireless method)

Use this to wirelessly project your computer via the Epson Projection Software, also known as Easy MP. (if using video or sound, please use the wired connection for best results)

  1. Turn on projector by pressing the On button on the Control Panel
  2. Choose EasyMP source on Control Panel
  3. Connect laptop to Gustavus or GustavusSecure
  4. Open EasyMP software on laptop. (If it isn't already installed, please feel free to download the Epson Projection Software)
  5. Choose projector check box and hit connect (look for room number)
  6. If you want to be sure that nobody takes control of your screen, be sure to select 'disable interrupt' checkbox
  7. You can select up to four projectors to project your computer screen to
  8. When done, disconnect using the EasyMP software, and turn projector off

AV Mute

The AV mute button will turn off the audio and video of whatever is projected on the screen as long as the button is activated. You can bring back the audio and video by pressing this again.


For devices that are capable of Closed Captioning, this will enable Closed Captioning when this button is pressed.

Using the Document Camera

Room 215 has a Lumens DC162 document camera that connects to the HDMI input via an HDMI-VGA adapter located on the document camera cart. This camera can be connected to a laptop via a USB cable to capture images or video of the items being viewed. Macintosh users must download the queue software to record and capture images onto their computer.

To learn more about this, please visit: Lumens DC162 Product Support page


There is a DVD/VCR combo unit in Anderson 214 below the Crestron panel. Please plug in the HDMI cable to the HDMI out and use the HDMI input on the Crestron panel.