By Seiko Epson Corporation
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Epson iProjection is an intuitive mobile projection app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Epson iProjection makes it easy to project images and files wirelessly using an Epson projector with network function. Move about the room and effortlessly display content from your iOS device on the big screen.
What it enables you to do:
1. Display documents loaded in the Epson iProjection app. QR code easy pairing is now supported.
2. Display images stored in your iOS “Photo” library
3. Display web pages.
4. Use the built-in projector remote control feature to control input sources, AV mute, freeze, audio settings, operate menu by finger with Touchpad and more.
5. Send files from your email or cloud storage apps to iProjection app
6. Marker function enables highlighting and annotation of projected photos and documents and also saving annotation to your device
Supported file formats and Activities
- Microsoft® Word® (.doc, .docx, Office 2003 or later)
- Microsoft® PowerPoint® (.ppt, .pptx, Office 2003 or later)
- Microsoft® Excel® (.xls, .xlsx, Office 2003 or later)
- Keynote'09 (.key)
- Adobe PDF(v1.7) (.pdf, Acrobat 8 compatible or later)
Also supports cloud file services such as Dropbox or email accounts (duplicated files only).
Activities not supported:
- Video playback
- PowerPoint and Keynote animations
For the list of all supported projectors, go to www.epson.com
PowerLite Home Cinema
All products necessitating an access point
Apple devices supported:
iPhone4S/5/5C/5S/6/6+, iPod touch 5th, iPad 2nd or later, all iPad minis
- Apple, Apple Logo, Keynote, iOS, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch are the trademarks of Apple Inc.
What's New in Version 1.4.1
Improvements for iOS9.
Good app, buts needs improvement
I just tried out the iProjection app on an iPhone 6 plus. I had to set the wifi name and password in the projector's settings and then I could connect my phone to the projector.
I tried out showing pictures from my photo album, which worked well. A little slow in displaying a selected picture though.
I also tried downloading a PowerPoint presentation and hitting the "open in" button to open it in the iProjection app. The ppt file displayed ok in 4:3 aspect ratio, but when I changed it to 16:9 (aspect ratio of projector) and 16:10, the image shifted up so that the top half of the slide appeared at the bottom of the screen. Changing the resolution didn't appear to make much of a difference if at all.
The annotation feature is nice, but I would like to see the annotations persist in the presentation rather than saving as picture.
Also the ppt document wasn't persistent in the the document folder of the app, which meant I had to go back to another app to open it in iProjection again. It may be that using iTunes to transfer files would result in them existing persistently in the documents folder.
The app is a good start. I look forward to seeing improvements. Streaming video might be a bit much to expect for now though.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Sep 18, 2015
- Version: 1.4.1
- Size: 9.4 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: Seiko Epson Corporation
- © SEIKO EPSON Corporation
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.