Apparently it doesn’t fully take up the screen, so you’ll see an iPad on a computer screen as in the picture on the website , although I assume you can enlarge it to fill up the screen. You would need a wifi network available, or else add a cheap router to the list of needed hardware. You will be able to use the Promethean software, which will not work for options 1 or 3. Question marked as Solved User profile for user: Reflection is a fairly new app that allows you to mirror an iPad onto a Mac which could then be connected to the projector.
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Reflection is a fairly new app that allows you to mirror an iPad onto a Mac which could then be connected to the projector. I have read of connecting the iPad to the digital projector via iPad-HDMI cable, but I want to acyivboard able walk around the classroom, not tied to the projector.
You can not go direcly from iPad to Promethean board you need to go through the projector. Has the same control features, but also allows activboaed to do screen annotations. Can I use Promethean board software to notate images projected from the iPad to the Promethean board?
Two other options to look at, which might give you more help: Doceri is similar to Whiteboard, seems to be more robust and is more expensive – but because the app is free and you pay for the desktop software, you can do a trial period.
You’re still controling a computer, but there are some more robust features, and you can more easily do things like draw over images. View answer in context. This won’t show the iPad screen on the board, but will allow you to show the computer screen and control it from the iPad. However, there is no such tool for the iPad and Promethean board or Smart – it would require a direct connection to the iPad, and would have trouble working with the sandbox nature of the iPad apps.
Question marked as Solved User profile for user: The developer told me they are working on a Windows version, which we will definitely try. This allows you to “mirror” duplicate so you see the same image on both screens the iPad screen to the projector and thus to the board. Ask a question Reset.
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Apparently it doesn’t fully take up the screen, so you’ll see an iPad on a computer screen as in the picture on the websitealthough I assume you can enlarge it to fill up the screen. You will be able to use the Promethean software, which will not work for options 1 or 3. Mar 29, Searching promethean in the app store brings up some results, but you need to read and see. Helpful answers Drop Down menu. User profile for user: Again, it’s meant to replace the Promethean Software instead of supplement it, but might give you more control and perhaps you’ll decide it’s better than the Promethean software for what you want to do.
However, the Promethean Software will give you the same effect, if you already have it. I just looked at their site, and I think it will not work with iOS stuff.
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But it is very protable and easy to set up. Posted on Mar 29, Can I wirelessly project what’s on my iPad screen onto a Promethean board? We are users like you. Not directly, and not without some help, but there are ways to get that effect.
In general, the easiest way to get pad content onto a screen, and yet retain the mobility aspect is to use apple tv. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: I am an arts teacher hoping to using the iPad in elementary classrooms. Johnathan Burger Johnathan Burger.
If you use Reflection option 3I suppose you could.