[teknoids] wireless connection from laptop to projector

Bohl, Phillip C. Phillip.Bohl at pepperdine.edu
Tue Sep 23 20:36:17 EDT 2014

We have tested the air media as well.  Our only challenge seemed to be the quality of the wifi connection in that room.  In a controlled test (read reliable wifi) it worked great.  In a room with poor wifi, we should have just given up before we started.

Since our wifi has been revamped, we're looking forward to deploying one or two just for kicks this year.  Should be "interesting."

Pepperdine Law

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Subject: Re: [teknoids] wireless connection from laptop to projector

On 8/26/2014 3:42 PM, Richards, Ed wrote:
> I want to use a laptop in a room with a projector VGA connection on 
> the wall. The computer will be on a table in the middle of the room, 
> operating on batteries. If I can find a wireless solution to the 
> connection for the projector, I can operate without cables to trip 
> over. Amazon seems to have several solution, but I am wondering if 
> anyone has recommendations.

We're using AppleTVs to some extent for this (and what an "interesting experience" *that* has been), and we've also added a Crestron AirMedia device to our new conference room to handle non-Apple devices.

The Conference room just came online yesterday (another "interesting experience"), so we haven't had much time to see how well AirMedia will work in production, but it seemed to work well enough in testing.


James P. Callison, MCP+I, MCSE
Network Administrator
The University of Oklahoma Law Center ITS callison at www.law.ou.edu
  Mal: Define "interesting."
  Wash: Oh God, oh God, we're all going to die?
	-- "Serenity"

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