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Nonavitra Visualization Wall

Reporting a Problem

Assistance is available.

  • IT Help Desk (located in the Curtis Laws Wilson Library)

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed Weekends

  • The Library Service Desk is open during all hours of operation. 

Optimize PowerPoint

 The "Template" file provides a lay-out guide for creating your own PowerPoint presentations that take advantage of the size of the visualization wall. 


  • What are the uses of Nonavitra?
    • High resolution content (4K or greater) will be impressively displayed on the visualization wall.  Some other ideal uses: 
      • Design meetings. (SolidWorks, NX, AutoCAD, Inventor, Eagle, etc.)
      • Informational meetings. (Open Office supports multi-monitor slide shows)
      • Research Meetings. (Multiple information sets displayed in high resolution for attendees to discuss)
      • Large Dataset visualization (Paraview, Visit)
  • So, no movies?
    • Sorry about that. Even standard HD Video will look very pixelated on this display.  The video needs to be a minimum of 4k resolution to look decent on the display.
  • What is the procedure for Video Conferencing? My adviser/collaborator/team member is in California.
    • A Webcam is attached to the Nonavitra. It is in the top left corner, so video conferencing should be available through Zoom on AppsAnywhere.
  • Why is my PowerPoint presentation not fitting on the visualization space properly? 
    • The resolution setting may need to be changed.  The 16:9 resolution is the optimal PowerPoint setting when using Nonavitra.
  • How do I change the resolution setting of my presentation? 
    • In the PowerPoint Design Tab and choose Slide Size. It should be set to 16:9 (widescreen). Creating your presentation in the 16:9 setting is ideal and changing your original PowerPoint once created to the 16:9 resolution may require some content adjustments for the optimal screen fit.   
  • I see a camera up in the corner. What is that for? 
    • The camera is for troubleshooting display problems only.  No staff member in the Library has access to the video.