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Wireless presenting from WolfVision

Wireless presenting from WolfVision

Wireless presenting from WolfVision

Presentation and collaboration solutions manufacturer WolfVision has added a wireless presentation, web conferencing and collaboration system to its line of solutions. The new Cynap Core Pro provides wireless screen mirroring capability combined with built-in web conferencing, annotation and a range of other popular collaboration tools.

BYOD screen mirroring functionality allows for wireless screen sharing of all iOS, Android, Windows, macOS and Chrome OS devices onto a central shared display. Connection is said to be “quick and easy”, with support for AirPlay, Chromecast, Miracast and WolfVision’s own vSolution Cast mirroring protocols, which means that no additional software, apps or dongles are needed when sharing content on-screen.

A suite of annotation tools enables mark-up of any open window, with the option to save the generated content. Other key features include support for Zoom, Microsoft Teams and WebRTC-based web meetings, plus a built-in media player allowing files to be displayed on-screen from network drives, cloud services, USB sticks, mobile devices or via the integrated Microsoft Office 365 interface.

For classroom, meeting room or courtroom installations requiring additional connectivity options, Cynap Core Pro includes an HDMI In port, which can be used for connecting an in-room PC or camera. An optional lecture capture feature pack enables operation as a capture agent for Panopto, and other compatible video management platforms, and multiple Cynap Core Pro units can also be used as client devices as part of WolfVision’s vSolution Matrix networked-AV multi-screen collaboration solution.

Like other Cynap systems, the new model comes with 4K output resolution, up to a four- window on-screen display, and free firmware updates and remote management tools.

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