Wireless projection devices allow you to display video from your mobile devices or computer to the classroom screen without needing any cables plugged in. There are currently two types of wireless projection devices being used in a few of the classrooms around Loyola's campuses: Apple TV and AirMedia.
Mirroring Verse Streaming
Streaming is when music, video, photos and selected web content is projected from your device to the projected screen in the classroom. Not all content viewable on your device is shown on the projected screen. This feature is not available with all applications.
Mirroring is when your device projects exactly what is being displayed on your screen. All content that is visible on the device will appear on the projected classroom screen.
Wireless Projection Devices
Apple TV allows you to Mirror your device as well as stream photos and documents. Apple TV is only capable with iOS devices.
Apple TV is currently located in the following classrooms:
- Corboy Law Center 202, 207, 306, 325, 326, 423, 521, 601
- Cuneo Hall 103, 109, 116, 117, 210, 302, 311, 312, 318, 324
- Dumbach Hall 006, 125, 117, 227, 233, 234
- Flanner Hall 133
- Lewis Towers 412
- Life Sciences 212, 312, 412
- Maguire Hall 234
- Mundelein 403, 1410
Apple TV will only work with iOS devices that are running OS X 7 or newer as well as Bluetooth 4.0.
Airmedia will only allow you to stream content such as photos, documents, and web browsers, but it works with iOS, Android, and both Mac and PC.
AirMedia is located in the following classrooms and conference rooms:
- Mundelein Center 607
- Corboy Law Center 425
- Schreiber Center 219, 220, 302, 605, 622, 816
iOS devices must be running OS X 6.0 or newer. Android Devices must be running Android 2.2 or newer.
Please contact Chris Sinclair at email@example.com.