The following information is provided for the person responsible for assisting Detective Coffey in setting up his meeting. The information is broken down into the following categories:
Room Set Up Requirements
Publicity Photographs of Detective Coffey
Audio Visual Information
AV Equipment Detective Coffey will bring:
- A laptop computer, Compaq Presario Model 2800 with 1024 x 768 screen resolution. Kevin will be running a various video files from his laptop which will be projected.
AV Equipment to be provided at the event by sponsoring organization:
Please call our office at 818 225 1991 with any questions regarding A/V support.
- A data projector (DLP or LCD) with 1200+ lumens output and 1024 x 768 (XGA) resolution.
- A screen, largest prractical size
- A standard skirted rolling AV cart, 42-inch high (1.1M).
- A wireless lapel microphone (with audiences greater than 50 persons)
- AC power to the lectern (the cart) and to the data projector
- A computer-projector connecting cable (up to 25 ft. or 8 meters long depending on room size)
- A sound patch from the computer to the room's PA system. The patch needs to be a 1/8" stereo mini plug output.
Room Set up Requirements
For a visual of Kevin's typical room set up, click here for Sample Room Set Up .
If the audience's chairs are chevroned rather than in straight rows, facing the stage they will be more comfortable.
Light = Energy. An especially well lit speaker area is a must. Keep the room as bright as practical except when showing videos.
Kevin prefers to work from the floor rather than use a stage/riser unless the audience exceeds 200. If a platform is needed, please make it an o pen platform with NO head table, steps for front access, lectern to one side for the introducer to use.
Use the largest screen practical and position it off the stage in a darkened area or use rear screen projection. Additionally, the area above the screen needs to be darkened in order to provide good contrast.
A variety of seating configurations do work, but the preferred seating arrangement is chevron schoolroom with a center aisle. Kevin walks into the audience during his presentations.
Needed for placement of laptop, along with aiding the person who will introduce Kevin.
6ft Draped Table: On stage for speaker's notes or props.
A cool room produces an alert audience; a warm room produces a drowsy audience. A cold room produces a distracted audience; a hot room produces an irritable audience. The actual room temperature should be somewhere between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
Contact our office at 818 225-1991.