|Twelve scribes wait for
blocks to be activated. When a
reader assigned to that reading block begins to
read, the scribe (hearing the text simultaneously
through stereo headphones) types the spoken text
as it is read onto a computer keyboard at their
station. This data is gathered into centralized
computer servers and projected simultaneously
Data Wall (a projection screen
situated above and behind the Reader
Recall Station and spanning the
entire width of the area).
Each scribe station consists of a table and
chair, and a computer keyboard and monitor.
The data network has been programmed by Alexandr
Krestovsky and Hynek Svoboda in Prague.