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Breadloaf Davison Library

In this space there is a large monitor for projecting, (No Projector). You can project from a laptop using the HDMI or VGA cable or if you have a mac product, you can use the Apple TV. There is also a Blu-ray player for movies.

Powering On - Press the On Button to turn on the monitor.

Projecting from HDMI or VGA - Connect the cable you wish to use to your computer, press the Laptop HDMI or Laptop VGA to your computer. You should have projection, if you don't, go to the troubleshooting section at the bottom of the page.

Projecting from Apple TV - You can use your MacBook Laptop, iPad, or iPhone.

MacBook - Your computer will detect the AirPlay signal. You will have a small icon at the top of your computer screen on the right. It is a rectangle with a small triangle in it. Click on the icon and a dropdown menu will list the name of the AppleTV, this one is called BDLUPPERLIB. After you select that, a 4 digit code will appear on the screen, enter that on your computer and then it will connect and you will have projection.

iPad/iPhones - On the home screen of your device, slide your finger up on the screen to get to the "utility" menu. Tap AirPlay Mirroring. A menu will list the name of the AppleTV, this one is called BDLUPPERLIB. After you select that, a 4 digit code will appear on the screen, enter that on your computer and then it will connect and you will have projection.

Playing a Blu-ray/DVD - Press the Blu-ray button on the button panel. The remote for the Blu-ray player is in the rack drawer.

Please remember to turn the system off when you are finished.

If you are having difficulties projecting, go to go/troubleshoot or call x2200 for help.

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