West End Elementary
Projector Update... 11/14/2017
Projectors- It always happens this way!
Well, just when you get use to doing something, it changes. Epson no longer supports the iProjection app in Chrome. The purpose of this newsletter is to give you an alternative way to project while off the docking station. THIS STILL PROJECTS PICTURES ONLY!!!
Epson Iprojection v 2.20
You will have to download the Epson iProjection ver. 2.20 driver in order to project wirelessly. The driver that you need can be located in the Software Center. This means that you can download it without having to log in as an administrator.
How do I find the Software Center?
Look for the Microsoft Key](same row as the spacebar)> In the search bar type "Software Center"> Find and select Epson IProjection Ver. 2.20 > Install the driver.> ( I am unsure if you have to actually run the program or if it will automatically load>
Go to your software on the computer to search and/or scan for the Epson iProjection Ver. 2.20
Click on the Advanced Connection Mode>
Click on Manual Search> type the URL of your projector in the box below Projector List- Manual Search (You can find the URL by using your Remote or by hitting the home button with your interactive pen.)>ISearch> Put a check in the box of your projector and then click Join.
You should be able to use the dropdown box from this point forward because it should remember your projector. (Notice I used should two times!)
A little more information.....
Remember that the android and ipad iProjection apps continue to work. If you are using it on your ipad or phone, it will not screen mirror everything you do. I would advise playing around with this before you use it.
Epson Easy Interactive Tools Program
This program is also available in the Soft Ware Center. It is just an added plus to your new boards, giving your Epson projector a little more functionality.