We are looking at building a multimedia museum at our school. We've been toying with the idea for a few years now and we've built a few lessons around the use of the facilities. I'm wondering if others have more experience with the set up that might inspire us further.
What we're looking at currently is:
1 projector + screen
3 large LCD monitors, likely one for each wall
A bank of 10-15 computers in the center of the room
Display cases for real objects
The room would have only enough chairs for the computers, the rest would be open and free-flowing like a museum. We can easily "sell" the computer bank and display cases, it is the multiple large monitors I'm looking at specifically.
Has anyone done any lessons utilizing multiple video sources? I know TCI recommends using dual projectors for lectures (one for media, one for text). I know about Google Jockeying and I know what we're hoping to do with the monitors but more ideas would be awesome!