Hi Ken,

Our office has informally adopted AirTame as a solution for wireless display.

It's fairly straight forward to connect to the display after it's set up. It does require the installation of an app. It otherwise meets your criteria.

-Paul Reimer

From: The EDUCAUSE Mobile Technologies Constituent Group Listserv [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Ken Donnelly
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Subject: [MOBILETECH] Suggestions for sending mobile content to Displays


I am new to this forum and was reaching out to get some suggestions / solutions on sending mobile content to displays. Our administration would like to have the ability to show content  from their phone/ipad/tablet onto an TV as they enter the lobby of the building while hosting VIP's and dignitaries. Currently that TV is showing digital signage content. Below is a summary of needs and concerns.

Identify a solution which:

1.       Would be secure.  Open and easy for administration yet restrict students from sending inappropriate images/content onto the screens.  Something that will only accept content from registered devices/etc.  Keep in mind it must still be easy (no long/complex login process, especially with a smart phone, and no complex app to enter and manage).
2.       Would take content (PowerPoint, image, etc.) from administrations ipad/phone/tablet.
3.       Would swap the input in some manner if necessary and then return back to original input.  The units currently shows signage from a player on HDMI 1.

Thank you,


Kenneth G Donnelly
Director - Audio Visual Services
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