...this video shows wireless streaming of multimedia files via Wifi or Bluetooth from iPad2 to the bridge PCB for playback on TV speakers...
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) September 09, 2011
DeviceLab (http://www.devicelab.com/) has created a video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqMcL1XgW28) showing wireless streaming of multimedia files via Wifi or Bluetooth from the iPad2 to the bridge PCB for playback on TV speakers. This is the third in a series of three. The first two videos were as follows:
1. Video 1 demonstrates the use of infrared dongles attached to iPod/iPhone;iPad devices to control IR-based home CE consumer electronics.
2. Video 2 shows the use of IR dongles, Wifi, Bluetooth in Android and Apple iOS phones to control home CE devices.
This third video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqMcL1XgW28) shows how to wirelessly (via Wifi or Bluetooth) stream multimedia files from iPAD2 to the "bridge" PCB for decoding and playing back on SamsungTV speakers. In this clip, only audio streaming is demonstrated but photos,videos streaming are possible as well.
DeviceLab is a software developer for Android phones and Android embedded systems. This Apple MFi license enables DeviceLab to introduce Apple iOS-based hardware/software products targeted for medical, home CE (consumer electronics), industrial automation, and test and measurement applications. DeviceLab offers a demo of the Android and Apple MFi-based products or view their video demos in other press releases. DeviceLab is also a contract medical device design and product development firm. We are a full service company for mechanical engineering, electronics, software, industrial design, prototyping, manufacturing, FDA regulatory consulting and product testing services. Expertise includes medical user interface (UI) design, custom medical cart development, medical device, industrial design, hospital equipment and lab instrument development.