Click on picture to enlarge Pictures updated March 2018
The equipment listed below is permanently installed in Jaffe Building 104:
centralized control of audiovisual system • control touch panel on north wall
1 installed video projector
recommended display resolution is 1920 x 1200 at 60Hz (wide screen)
please note that display images from the installed computer are viewable on the projection screen only
electronically operated projection screen the screen is operated using the wall-mounted switch
computer with Macintosh OS operating system please note that an optical drive for this computer is only available upon request
VGA and HDMI inputs to attach laptop computer to the projection/audio systems please note that laptop users may need to provide an adapter to use this feature please note that laptop Internet connectivity is available via AirPennNet only
inputs to attach auxiliary audiovisual equipment to the video projector
wireless Internet access (AirPennNet)
please note that wireless coverage in this classroom may only accommodate a limited number of users
Additional technology information about Jaffe Building 104:
CD playback is available using the laptop optical drive and/or the Blu-ray™ player.
Region-free DVD playback is available using the Blu-ray™ player.
DVD playback is also available using the laptop optical drive.
What's green in Jaffe Building 104:
The projector in this classroom will shut down automatically after 30 minutes of inactivity as measured by seating area occupancy sensors.
Technology in this classroom is only available for use between 7:00 AM and 11:00 PM unless special arrangements are requested.
The projector in this classroom uses an alternate light source in lieu of traditional lamps.
Join us in reducing Penn's carbon footprint by using the classroom controls to turn off the projector at the end of your class/event. You'll save energy and help us save money by extending the life of the equipment.
Project information about Jaffe Building 104:
Five Year Project History:
Description of Work
School of Arts & Sciences window and masonry project