August 17, 2022

Francis Tuttle Danforth Campus, Edmond Oklahoma

    In an effort to better serve the residents of Edmond, Francis Tuttle Technology Center embarked to build a 155,000 square foot state of the art facility.  Programs including entrepreneurship, pre-nursing, cosmetology, automotive service technology, and interactive media are available for students. Working with Francis Tuttle, Video Reality quickly learned one of the largest themes for the expansive facility was collaboration.  The ability for

October 8, 2021

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Oklahoma City, OK.

  A need for an upgraded, easy to use, affordable video and audio system was met for St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Video Reality crafted the perfect solution to meet their needs. A Yamaha TF1 digital mixer with 17 faders was installed in place of the previous analog mixer. DSP was be applied per channel inside the digital mixer and settings were saved for recall. 8

March 1, 2021

Performing Arts Center, Elgin Oklahoma

  When construction began for the Performing Arts Center in Elgin, the need for an innovative and precise audio/visual installation was not only required, but an absolute necessity . This multi million dollar project needed the help from Video Reality. By having this exceptional achievement in audio/visual design, Elgin Schools now have a place to provide great performances from students. It will give them a

January 4, 2021

First Presbyterian Church of Oklahoma City

  In the midst of a pandemic that has kept it’s most vulnerable at home, Houses of Worship have come to rely on livestreaming services to maintain some sort of normalcy in these trying times. First Presbyterian Church of Oklahoma City made the call to Video Reality to help in a much needed upgrade of their existing camera system. Keeping things as crystal clear for

January 4, 2021

Enid High School Gymnasium & Performing Arts Center

  With the creation of the new Enid High School competitive gymnasium and performing arts center in 2019, Enid Public Schools wanted to take their facility to another level. This first-class facility provides much-needed space and accommodations for athletics, academic, music, drama, media productions and more. The call to Video Reality was made to take this facility to the peak of performance. A distributed video

September 22, 2020

ALC & DIL Classrooms, College of Law, University of Oklahoma

  The goal of this project at the College of Law, at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, was to create completely unified collaboration spaces with ease of use. It’s aesthetically pleasing design offers a glimpse of the technological advances it offers. In the ALC Classroom, eight 75″ NEC displays were installed on custom sliding mounting plates that allow the screens to move smoothly side

July 8, 2020

Basher Hall Dining Center, University of Central Oklahoma

  The first floor consists of a combination of 27 digital menu boards, as well as digital signage displays that are remotely managed with Samsung MagicInfo platform. The main dining area has an audio system with 6 zones of audio allowing for well distributed sound. Wireless microphones and an input plate make this area the perfect space for presentations. A large projector and screen were

June 23, 2020

Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

      When the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City contacted Video Reality, the need to be able to host clear and concise video conferencing meetings across the state was imperative. The board room has a large square conference table which made getting even the microphone coverage difficult. A TeamConnect2, mounted in the middle of the false ceiling, was the perfect solution. It picks up the

May 29, 2020

Animation Lab, Oklahoma City University

  Video Reality helped bring Oklahoma City University’s Animation Lab to life using the latest equipment in audio/video and networking.  The Animation Lab gives students the opportunity to learn game design, 3D animation, CGI among other platforms.  OCU’s goal was to have an innovative and highly flexible matrix with the ability to easily route any input to any output.   Video Reality chose Crestron’s NVX

April 8, 2020

Gould Hall Room 203, The University of Oklahoma

    The challenge: A deep low ceiling classroom providing poor visibility, hard surfaces and too few speakers creating intelligible audio for speech and a complicated control system with too many available options. In Gould Hall, The University of Oklahoma had a particular challenge with visibility and intelligibility in Room 230. This is a large classroom was not originally suited for displaying and sharing information