Waveguide provided audiovisual consulting and technology management services during MIT’s renovation of several classroom buildings to significantly upgrade its distance-learning capabilities in support of its $100 million relationship with the government of Singapore. Waveguide designed a new campus-wide distance-education master control room with centralized control and led the renovation of distance-education classrooms across the campus. The new design philosophy allowed MIT to quadruple distance-learning classes without adding additional staff. University President Charles Vest proclaimed MIT’s systems to be “the world’s most technologically advanced point-to-point synchronous educational program.”