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How do I turn it on?

Great! So you've decided to take the plunge!

First, let's determine which version of the system you have. One is a mobile unit, and the other is a fixed installation with a projector and mirror on the ceiling. Click on the system that most resembles yours.

  

Mobile System startup:

Step 1: Plug the system into the mains power supply

Underneath the main body of the system, you'll find a power cord with a standard plug on the end. Plug this into a suitable mains socket near to where you intend to use the system, and switch the power on.

 

Step 2: Press the system's on/off button

You can find this on the PC on the left hand side of the main system body.

 

Step 3: Turn on the projector

Using the remote control, or the button on the projector at the front of the system.

 

The system will now turn on. First, the PC will begin to boot up and then the floor projection will appear. The first thing you'll see will be the system user interface. Now, you can carry on with the next step!

If you have a fixed installed system, the startup procedure is the same, with a couple of minor differences;

 

Fixed System start up:

Step 1: Turn on the PC

Locate the main system PC. This is usually installed within a small black or white wall rack unit. If not, it will positioned somewhere within the vicinity, perhaps in an existing server rack or cupboard.

Ensure the mains power supply is switched on. Press the on/off button.

 

Step 2: Turn on the projector

Locate the remote control for the projector, and press the on/off button. You may have to press and hold the button for a second or two for the projector to respond.

The system will now turn on. First, the PC will begin to boot up and then the floor projection will appear. The first thing you'll see will be the system user interface. Now, you can carry on with the next step!

 

 

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