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iPad Projection

Page history last edited by Kathy Benson 7 years, 8 months ago

Adapted from From Tammy Worchester's Training


Connecting an iPad to a Projector

Note - Video mirroring does not work with the original iPad


Wired options:


Connect directly to projector with:

Apple iPad Doc Connector ($25)


Note - the iPad mini requires a different connector

Lightning to VGA Adapter ($49)


Switch back and forth between computer and iPad display on projector with the above connector plus:

Belkin Flip KVM Switch ($29)




Wireless projection using hardware:

Apple TV ($99)  + HDMI to VGA convertor ($40ish) + cables

Click here for instructions




Wireless whiteboard using an app


Go to the provided URL (server address) on your computer that is connected to the projector. Then whatever you sketch or write on the iPad will show on the large screen!


AirSketch Free





Wireless projection using software:

Note – This software works on Windows or Mac computers. 


These do not require any additions to the iPad; they require the application to be installed on the Macintosh computer. The computer and the iPad must be on the same wireless network.


Reflector App ($14.99 single; $49.99 5-computers)





Take advantage of the camera!


WIth one of the wireless display options, you have a wireless document camera!


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