Multi-screen interaction is often used in our daily work

Many wireless devices can make the screen content of our intelligent terminal interactive, but different ways of interaction, its wireless interaction mode is also different. In this article, I’ll cover the basics of screen mirroring, screen extension, and screen sharing (also known as desktop sharing).

Screen image

As the name suggests, screen mirroring allows you to project or “mirror” the contents of a smartphone, tablet, or computer and display its screen contents on a TV screen, projector, or external monitor without using a cable. The display or projector will replicate exactly what is happening on the computer or mobile device, including any movement or editing.

But unlike when we look at a glass mirror, screen mirroring doesn’t flip the contents of the original screen horizontally, so screen mirroring can also be understood as a copy and paste of a large screen to a small screen. Screen images are great for visually viewing working files, with file contents displayed undifferentiated on a large screen.

Miracast and Airplay screen projection protocols comply with mirroring standards and can mirror the screen content of an intelligent terminal to a large screen through a receiver.

Screen expansion

A computer is fitted with two screens, which can be “combined” to serve each other and display content separately. This is screen extension. By connecting two unrelated screens in series through a device, you can drag the content of one screen to another screen at will, and the mouse can also break the screen boundary to operate across the screen, which is the biggest feature of screen expansion.

There are many screen sharing software and solutions on the market, such as DsekToShare, teamviewer and other professional screen sharing software, which can be very good at screen sharing. But screen sharing is limited to peer-to-peer collaboration and doesn’t offer an advantage in professional office presentations.

A screen image of the Betgemini conference box

The Bijie Conference Box uses screen mirroring to simultaneously project the contents of a screen to one (or more) monitors for wireless projection multicast. This inclusive solution is compatible with Miracast, Airplay, Widi, and BJCast(self-developed) screen projection protocols. Intelligent terminals using Android, iOS, Windows, MacOS and other operating systems can directly connect to the Betex conference box for operation. Just click the screen key, Bejie meeting box can be a complete screen complex, no difference display intelligent terminal screen content.

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