January 2, 2015 AT 2:00 pm
Build a wireless projector using a Raspberry Pi! #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
project from KarinS2 on Instructables.
Have you ever wanted to walk around the room with your laptop, not tethered to a projector, and still project?
This Instructable will show you how to make a Raspberry Pi powered Wireless Projector.
What You Need:
Raspberry Pi Model B or B+ (I used a B)
USB Keyboard & Mouse (Wired or Wireless)
Ethernet Cable -OR- WiFi Dongle (I used an Ethernet cable)
HDMI Cable – You may only have a VGA port on your projector, in this case you will need a HDMI to VGA adapter instead.
Laptop or Desktop Computer (Your presentation source)
For this project my Raspberry Pi is loaded with the default Raspbian image. You can use NOOBS to install it.
You can download NOOBS here.
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