What is screen mirroring?
Screen mirroring, also called wireless screen mirroring, is a technology that lets you project, or “mirror” the current content on your smartphone, tablet or computer screen to another screen or digital sign wirelessly.
Screen mirroring is a useful way to demonstrate software or how to use an application, play videos for all to see, or share the contents of a web page or any file on your computer or mobile device.
Screen Mirroring Technologies:
AirPlay is a proprietary protocol stack/suite developed by Apple Inc. that allows wireless streaming between devices of audio, video, device screens, and photos, together with related metadata.
Miracast is a standard for wireless connections from sending devices (such as laptops, tablets, or smartphones) to display receivers (such as TVs, monitors, or projectors), introduced in 2012 by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Google Cast, branded for consumer devices as Chromecast built-in, is a proprietary protocol developed by Google that enables mobile devices and personal computers to initiate and control playback of Internet-streamed audio/video content on a compatible device, such as a digital media player connected to a high-definition television or home audio system. The protocol was first launched on July 24, 2013, to support Google’s first-generation Chromecast player.
Wireless Display BiJie Cast
BiJie Cast is a protocal of wireless display which is developed by BiJie for wireless screen display from sending devices (such as laptops, tablets, or smartphones) to display receivers (such as BiJie Meeting Box or BiJie TV Receiver).