Anyone Using Roku or Apple TV to Airplay Presentations?8391
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|Is anyone using Roku or Apple TV to Airplay in presentations for clients?
My Amazon Fire will not allow access to Lynda.com. However, their TV app works on Apple TV and Roku.
To justify another use for one of these devices, I stumbled upon AirPlay and was curious if any of you have tried using the AirPlay feature with Matterport Showcase or other apps in your presentations.
How is that working for you? Did you end up using AirPlay or another app such as AirBeam ?
Thinking there's a bright side of coming into a presentation with an Ipad to share Matterport Showcase & Zillow 3D to be shared in a presentation without fumbling with a laptop cords and obtaining WiFi access.
Come in, connect the Apple TV or Roku, share the presentation and be out of there without fumbling with cords and other objects, maybe skip the rest of a meeting and be back to work.
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I have used Apple TV with Airplay for presentations at the We Get Around Atlanta co-working space. All the conference rooms in Atlanta Tech Village have a big screen TV with Apple TV and we can either use an HDMI cable to Airplay to connect.
I once tried to use an Apple TV that I brought with me to a hotel for a presentation at the hotel. I recall that the hotel network would not allow the Apple TV to work.
I would encourage you to get the Apple TV and also bring an HDMI cable with a Lightening connector to your iPhone or iPad to run client demos in their office.
I'd like to hear from others on this (great) topic too.
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