Wireless Screen Projection – How to use a Bijie terminal to wirelessly project an iPad tablet onto a large screen display?

With the rise of wireless projection and multi screen interaction, tablet projection has become a new favorite in conference rooms. How to wirelessly project a tablet onto a large screen? Let me share with you by Bijie.

User requirements:

The requirement for teachers to use iPads is relatively simple, which means that while multiple tablets are wirelessly projected onto the large screen, the large screen can control the tablet computer in reverse, achieving mobile teaching.

Wireless Screen Projection Tutorial for Tablet iPad – Connection

In the same LAN environment:

1. Connect the Bijie Interactive Box to the TV through an HDMI cable;

2. Turn on the wireless screen mirroring function of the mobile tablet. Android has wireless screen mirroring or multi screen interaction, while Apple iPad has Airplay screen mirroring;

3. Select the ID of the Bijie Interactive wireless screen casting box that you want to project, and click Connect.

User screen casting effect:

After wireless screen mirroring, the tablet’s screen is displayed synchronously with the large screen. If the large screen supports handwriting function, users can directly operate on the tablet and the large screen, achieving synchronization between the large screen and the tablet computer screen, thereby meeting the needs of teachers for mobile teaching.

Screen reverse control is just a basic function of wireless screen projection devices, as long as the large screen supports handwriting. Next, let’s take a look at the “black” operation of other wireless projectors and tablets in the Bijie Interactive Box

Tablet PAD Wireless Projection Tutorial – “Black” Operation

1. Multi screen display

Starting from BJ60S, Bijie Box can simultaneously display multiple screens on the large screen

2. Broadcasting function

If the user chooses the Bijie Interactive Box, we can also use the AP broadcast function of the wireless screen projector to broadcast to multiple tablets, so that while the A tablet wirelessly projects to the B large screen, the A screen can be broadcast to the tablets of other attendees. The broadcast function supports four devices, A projects to B, and broadcasts to C/D/E/F four tablets at the same time.

3. Multicast function

Bijie Interactive Box wireless screen projection can be connected and multicast through wired or wireless methods. So as to solve the current problems of “one to many screen casting”, “many to one screen casting”, and “many to many screen casting”.

Summary: The wireless projection of a tablet iPad onto a large screen is similar to that of a mobile phone, with the only difference being that after projection, users can operate more conveniently and quickly on the tablet than on their mobile phone.