Cisco Quad Camera stand/mount for Our Own Boardroom of the Future
Looking for suggestions on a stand similar to the one pictured in Cisco Boardroom of the Future. We need to position a Quad Camera below a projection screen that is directly in front of windows. Looking for something that will not move and only be needed for mounting a Quad Camera and hiding storing cables/power supplies. From the below picture, the screen will be slightly higher to position the Quad Camera at Cisco's recommended height. PLEASE SHARE LINKS AND IDEAS.
Re: Cisco Quad Camera stand/mount for Our Own Boardroom of the Future
I'm not sure that you will find something that you are able to just buy off the shelf to do what you want, but it shouldn't be hard to find something similar, or even have something quickly fabricated, that will allow you to mount the standard wall mount to some kind of pole, arm, bracket, or however you want to mount it. Something like a donut pole may do what you want (with a little imagination). How pretty it will look will be up to whatever components you can find to make it possible.
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