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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby kurupetos » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:21 pm

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GreekIslandGirl wrote:I don't need a white screen to project upon. All places will already have that. So, thanks, but not needed.

What I need is a means to project what's on my laptop onto the screen/whiteboard/sheet. What kind of projector do I need that will convert what's on my screen? Where does it attach?

Also, I want to annotate in real time - whilst someone is asking a question and I need to clarify by drawing/writing onto the projected image. Annotating beforehand is fine, but not versatile enough (can't anticipate all the questions that I would need to supply extra pointers to).

Are there PC /tablets you can touch or type into to add extra information to as it's being projected?

You need a projector (as mentioned above) and probably a connector between the projector and the laptop. Usually a VGA cable coming out from the projector and connecting to the laptop will do the job. :wink:

vga which century do you live in shillaruimmu hdmi these days.

It depends on the type of the PC/laptop/tablet, vromoshilla. That was only an example. :roll:
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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby Lordo » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:32 pm

kurupetos wrote:
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kurupetos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:I don't need a white screen to project upon. All places will already have that. So, thanks, but not needed.

What I need is a means to project what's on my laptop onto the screen/whiteboard/sheet. What kind of projector do I need that will convert what's on my screen? Where does it attach?

Also, I want to annotate in real time - whilst someone is asking a question and I need to clarify by drawing/writing onto the projected image. Annotating beforehand is fine, but not versatile enough (can't anticipate all the questions that I would need to supply extra pointers to).

Are there PC /tablets you can touch or type into to add extra information to as it's being projected?

You need a projector (as mentioned above) and probably a connector between the projector and the laptop. Usually a VGA cable coming out from the projector and connecting to the laptop will do the job. :wink:

vga which century do you live in shillaruimmu hdmi these days.

It depends on the type of the PC/laptop/tablet, vromoshilla. That was only an example. :roll:

if it was left up to you we would have square wheels gavole.

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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby Get Real! » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:35 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:I don't need a white screen to project upon. All places will already have that. So, thanks, but not needed.

In that case all places will also have a projector... no need to buy that either!

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Also, I want to annotate in real time - whilst someone is asking a question and I need to clarify by drawing/writing onto the projected image.

This is a secondary SOFTWARE issue. If whatever you're using to create these presentations also allows you to write over them during the presentation then you're set.

Does it support scribbling over your work during the presentation? That's for you to investigate.
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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:40 pm

Get Real! wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:I don't need a white screen to project upon. All places will already have that. So, thanks, but not needed.

In that case all places will also have a projector... no need to buy that either!

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Also, I want to annotate in real time - whilst someone is asking a question and I need to clarify by drawing/writing onto the projected image.

This is a secondary SOFTWARE issue. If whatever you're using to create these presentations also allows you to write over them during the presentation then you're set.


I DON'T WANT A PROJECTOR!!! :)

I want a laptop/notepad thing with an INBUILT one. Instead of a camera, for example.

And then, also, for the laptop/notepad thing to be annotate-able (touchscreen or type or both) as I'm presenting.

Ta :)
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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby kurupetos » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:41 pm

Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:I don't need a white screen to project upon. All places will already have that. So, thanks, but not needed.

What I need is a means to project what's on my laptop onto the screen/whiteboard/sheet. What kind of projector do I need that will convert what's on my screen? Where does it attach?

Also, I want to annotate in real time - whilst someone is asking a question and I need to clarify by drawing/writing onto the projected image. Annotating beforehand is fine, but not versatile enough (can't anticipate all the questions that I would need to supply extra pointers to).

Are there PC /tablets you can touch or type into to add extra information to as it's being projected?

You need a projector (as mentioned above) and probably a connector between the projector and the laptop. Usually a VGA cable coming out from the projector and connecting to the laptop will do the job. :wink:

vga which century do you live in shillaruimmu hdmi these days.

It depends on the type of the PC/laptop/tablet, vromoshilla. That was only an example. :roll:

if it was left up to you we would have square wheels gavole.

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Nothing wrong with square wheels, kuz... Depends on the surface...

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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:43 pm

I don't have to adapt anything.

Is there a device I can get that is all set up to do this, please? As one device.
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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby Lordo » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:45 pm

projector and laptop in one is being developed and will be ready in year 2050 june 23rd.
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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby Get Real! » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:49 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:I want a laptop/notepad thing with an INBUILT one. Instead of a camera, for example.

I have never seen a pad that self projects onto a wall. Sorry. They don’t exist! :lol:

You probably also want it to make you a cup of tea... :lol:
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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:51 pm

OK ... ok ... something like this but this one looks crappy ...

https://www.chinavasion.com/china/whole ... Projector/

And, what does Android mean?
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Re: Tablet/pad/laptop that projects ...

Postby Get Real! » Sun Jan 08, 2017 11:55 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:OK ... ok ... something like this but this one looks crappy ...

https://www.chinavasion.com/china/whole ... Projector/

And, what does Android mean?

The OS used by some smartphones.


Ok, I stand corrected... someone has created/invented small self-projection but don't expect this to satisfy an audience.
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