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Miracast The Wireless Display Standard - Placewell Retail

Wireless Display Standard

Miracast
Introduction
Consumers have embraced Multimedia content on their devices. From video streaming to photo sharing to a world of apps, Smartphones, Tablets, and TVs are connecting and keeping us entertained. However, the content is often trapped on a single device, limiting the ability to view your entertainment where you want. Easy to use, multi-vendor Wireless display has arrived.
Miracast™ Applications
Miracast is a ground-breaking solution for seamlessly displaying video between devices, without cables or a network connection. Users can do things like view pictures from a smartphone on a big screen television, share a laptop screen with the conference room projector in real-time, and watch live programs from a home cable box on a tablet.
Miracast connections are formed using Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Direct™, so access to a Wi-Fi® network is not needed – the ability to connect is inside Miracast-certified devices.
Miracast is an industry-wide solution, so the technology works well across devices, regardless of brand. Connections are easy to set up and use since the devices choose the appropriate settings automatically. Miracast supports premium content—like High Definition feature films, live television shows and sports, or any other copy-protected premium content—allowing you to watch what you want, where you want.
Miracast Devices
Multimedia (Audio / Video) capable devices, such as TVs, Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops, set-top boxes, Cameras and Projectors.
Miracast™ FAQ
What are Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast Devices?
Miracast is an interoperability test program for products that provide seamless wireless display of content, including graphical, video and audio content, across Wi-Fi devices—anywhere, at any time, without cables or even a connection to a Wi-Fi network. Equipment that passes the testing is designated “Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast.”
Must both the content source and display be Miracast devices?
To enjoy Miracast, both the display and the source devices must be certified for Miracast. Miracast may be used on devices without embedded Wi-Fi through the use of a Miracast certified adapter that supports an interface such as High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) or Universal Serial Bus (USB).

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