After recently bringing forth a new projector designed especially for classroom settings, a new application titled Epson iProjection has been developed by the company particularly for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The app is capable of pairing the aforementioned handheld Apple devices with all Epson projectors to enable wireless sharing of content.
Marking the first projection application from the manufacturer, the software will allow users to load content directly onto their iDevices and stream it to the projector without making any physical connection. It is made to be compatible with gadgets operating on iOS 4.2 or later.
“As tablet and smartphone popularity continues to grow, both business users and teachers are in need of an intuitive and easy-to-use application that will allow them to leverage content from their Apple iOS devices and project it wirelessly,” commented Brian Savarese, product manager, Epson America. “Whether presenting on the road or in the classroom, iProjection expands iOS device’s wireless capabilities for collaboration with larger than life images on wireless Epson projectors.”
The app will also support cloud file services like Dropbox and other various email applications. It is also well-suited for files like Adobe PDF and Apple Keynote, along with Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, as well as JPEG and PNG image formats. Apart from business professionals who would be able to travel light, the app is also suitable for teachers who have begun incorporating wireless, new methods of delivering lectures.
The Epson iProjection app for iOS devices can be downloaded free of cost from the Apple App Store.