Superior Court of Fulton County has state of the art technology for displaying evidentiary materials. The equipment described within is available for use in Superior Court some courtrooms. The equipment can be used to show digital video as well as still images captured in digital or printed formats. There is capability to play audio cassette tapes as well as audio from CDs or MP3 players. Images can be modified with screen annotations and printed from color printer/scanner in the court room. Prepare for trial by contacting Court Technology Services at 404-612-2770 before court to make certain the evidence viewing equipment has the associated media player, drivers and accessories necessary for you to make an effective presentation.Court Evidentiary Equipment List:
Attorney's Tables Equiped with monitors and laptop connections for personal computers user.DVD/VCR Combo
There are cassette tapes used for the purposes of audio recording. The cassette players in each court room are standard with dual cassette decks that play audio from Type I, II and IV (metal) audio cassette tapes.PC & Laptop Connection
Additional media players can be installed as requested. For this or to troubleshoot PC errors please contact Court Technology Services for assistance at 404-612-2770.
Currently Installed Media Players:
RealPlayer, Quick Time, Windows Media Player, DIVX, MPEG and AVI.
The Gyro Mouse is a cordless optical air mouse that can be used to control the computer from a desktop surface or while holding in mid-air.
GYRO Mouse Tips:
State of the art technology that allows attorney’s and witnesses to annotate images as they appear on screen with identification pointers and lines of various sizes and colors using an annotation screen. The annotation screen is similar to those seen on television sports and news programs. Simply touch screen with fingers to highlight and identify areas of interest.
If the screen does not display annotations—Turn Pointmaker off, when Pointmaker re-boots with blue title screen & copyright info touch the center of the screen to start calibration. Tap corners as indicated for calibration. This must be done for both witness and podium annotation screens.