【Case Study】Lumens Hybrid Classroom Solution Helps Students Advance Their Culinary Skills

By Lumens Editor Group

November 30, 2019 19061

Culinary Lab in high school

Date: 2019

Country: U.S.
City: East Coast
Application: Lecture capture / Live streaming
Lumens Product: CL510 Ceiling Camera; DC192 Document Camera; VS-LC102 Capture Vision Station
Along with: Matrix Switcher; Microphone system


•Two side by side classrooms, each classroom has three CL510 ceiling cameras above the cooking workstation to capture the overhead view of the stovetop, preparation is, and the sink.
•VS-LC102 CaptureVision Station is used to record cooking demonstration and stream live to the neighboring class.
•The document camera DC192 is connected to the flat panel to show objects in real-time

Why CL510

Full HD 1080p high definition output resolution
25x optical zoom
Supports unicast and multicast streaming real-time over the network
Remote control ability via the webpage interface

Why DC192

Up to 1080p 30fps HD video output
HDMI and VGA input /output
Professional 16x zoom capability
Compatible with USB flash drives

Why VS-LC102

Supports up to four inputs via VGA, HDMI, and IP cameras
Recording up to 4 channel mixing with multi-view layouts
Supports RTP, RTMP streaming format

“Using the installed Lumens products teachers can broadcast live from their classroom or transmit the CL510 video signal to the neighboring class. With the remote control, teachers can operate each CL510 camera with such features as pan, zoom, mask, and make other picture quality adjustments. Teachers can also record or stream live cooking demonstrations and lessons to the LC-102 Capture Vision Station as well as using the CL510 remote to capture snapshots of each area during their live presentation.”

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