Cativa americani ingeniosi s-au gandit sa conceapa o metoda de a face video mirroring prin Wi-Fi de pe o tableta iPad 2 catrr un monitor. Stiti ca pentru iPad 2 exista niste accesorii care permit video mirroring-ul prin HDMI catre anumite televizoare insa totul se face folosind un anumit cablu care conecteaza cele 2 dispozitive. Baietii din clipul de mai sus au conceput o metoda de a face acest video mirroring wireless folosindu-se de un transmitator HDMI Wi-Fi si de o baterie care sa il alimenteze cu energie. Au conectat tableta 2 la acest transmitator HDMI si dupa cum vedeti televizorul afiseaza imaginile de pe tableta fara nici un fel de lag.
Ideea e interesanta insa modalitatea prin care a fost realizata e destul de complicata si nu prea estetica. Pentru unii ar fi ideal un asemenea accesoriu in special pentru prezentari insa probabil trebuie gasita o metoda mult mai buna de a monta componentele in carcasa.
Basically, we were tasked with the coming up with ideas that could help a client with their presentations. Sometimes they run Keynote Presentations on a Mac, and sometimes they run Keynote Presentations on an iPad using a VGA adapter. While I liked how mobile you could get doing it off an iPad, you’re still literally tethered by the cable running to the the A/V equipment. I knew there had to be some sort of solution, but sadly there wasn’t, at least not all in one place. So I started looking at combining different solutions, and luckily, not many were needed. The core components are the wireless HDMI transmitter, and a USB battery pack
Oh, and of course the iPad 2…
Everything is very rough, especially the housing. This all came together very quickly, and we’re still working everything out. I just wanted to show you guys, because I know some of you are looking for similar solutions. I’m going to try and get an Instructable together once we get everything a little more finished. Maybe even try some other things, like a belt pack for those that don’t want the added bulk in their hands, or what ever other ideas our tiny little heads can think of