Connect laptops and mobile devices wirelessly to classroom projectors and displays (no need for dongles and cables!) with Crestron AirMedia.
Why would you want to use this service?
Instructors can use personal laptops and mobile devices in the classroom to present, collaborate, and share content wirelessly.
Students can simultaneously view the content projected by the instructor.
Instructors can permit students to share content to the projector from their individual device for viewing by the class.
To present wirelessly from a laptop, please first download the latest version of the deployable software: Brown.edu/go/AirMedia
To present wirelessly from a mobile device, please first download the latest version of the Airmedia software in your app store
- Connecting to an Airmedia from a Mac Laptop
- Connecting to an Airmedia with a Windows Laptop
- Connecting to an Airmedia with an Apple IOS Device
- Connecting to an Airmedia with an Android Device
Information for Students
Students need no formal training.
Students can access the system inside the classroom and up to 40 students can view instructor content on their devices.
What else should faculty know before getting started?
Presenters must connect to the Brown Wireless Network to use AirMedia.
Wireless presentation (AirMedia) allows PC and Mac laptops to display all data (including video!) from any application.
Wireless presentation from iPads and other mobile devices is limited.
Where can I go to learn more about this service?
Learn more about Creston AirMedia here.
My sound doesn't sync with the video I'm showing!
Check your sound settings on your computer.
Who should I contact if I need support?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (the Instructional Technology Group) to arrange for support.