Today, We are going to introduce a wireless screen splicing scheme, which is mainly applied to multi-screen display of spliced screens. The splicing screen itself can be spliced from multiple display screens. With AWIND’s wireless projector, we can easily display multiple screens synchronously on a large splicing screen.
Note: the large screen needs to be a splice screen.
The scene 1: projection device is a multiple of 4
If we need to display 8 mobile phones synchronously on the 3X16 Mosaic screen, we need to leave two signal source input interfaces for the large screen, and then connect two 4-screen wireless projection devices respectively.
During the wireless screen projection of 8 mobile phones, 4 of them are connected to the screen projection device A, and the other 4 are connected to the screen projection device B, which is just right for 8 mobile phones to display the large screen in full screen with the same screen.
The scene 2: The projection device is not a multiple of 4
If all the projection devices are on the mobile phone, it doesn’t matter whether it is a multiple of 4 or not, the large screen will adapt to the size according to the number of devices being projected. However, when the devices are mixed with mobile phones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers and other devices, we need to analyze the situation on a case-by-case basis according to the number of devices.
The specific situation analysis mainly from two aspects
- On the signal input port of the splice screen.
- Screen projector device selection.
As the application scenarios of wireless screen projection become more and more complex, the solutions of wireless screen projection become more and more diversified. Therefore, if you have such ideas and needs, you can communicate with us online to solve the application problems together, so as to achieve win-win cooperation.