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There are multiple rooms with built-in displays that can be used for your event/meeting. Important items to connect and use the displays:

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The power button for each display can be found on the bottom side of the screen, under the TV brand logo.

If you need the TV remote, it is located on the back left side of the TV.

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The device you are using must be connected to an OU WIFI network.

Click your device operating type below for instructions on the easiest way to connect to the displays.

TCL displays are located in the Crimson Room, Massad Room & Traditions Room.
An LG display is located in the Presidents Room.

LG Displays

LG Displays are used in the Presidents Room.

  1. Ensure that your mobile device is connected to WIFI@OU.
  2. From your phone, go to Settings, then select Share and Connect.
  3. Under Screen Share category, select Screen Sharing or Mirror Screen.

*Devices with an HDMI port may also connect to the display using the HDMI WallPort and attached cord.



TCL Displays

TCL Displays are used in the Crimson Room, Massad Room, & the Traditions Room.

If your Android device is running version 4.2 or later (and is not a Google device running OS 6.0 or later), it likely supports Screen Mirroring. However, many Android devices use a different term when describing this feature. To assist with setting up and enabling Screen Mirroring on your Android device, here are some common terms used for Screen Mirroring.

  • Smart View
  • Quick Connect
  • SmartShare
  • AllShare Cast
  • Wireless display
  • Display mirroring
  • HTC Connect
  • Screen casting
  • Cast

Once you identify the term used by the manufacturer of your Android device, the Screen Mirroring feature is generally enabled from within the settings menu; often on a cast, connection, network or display submenu. Refer to documentation for your device, or contact the manufacturer to learn more about enabling Screen Mirroring.

*Devices with an HDMI port may also connect to the display using the HDMI WallPort and attached cord.

LG Displays

LG Displays are used in the Presidents Room.

To share your screen from an iPhone:

  1. On your iOS device, swipe to access Control Center.
  2. Tap Screen Mirroring.
  3. Tap the name of the device you want to stream content to (E.g. Presidents Room Display). On iPad, you might need to scroll to see all of the available devices in the device list.

You may also Airplay specific, supported videos or apps to the screen by using AirPlay AirPlay Icon icon.


 

To share your screen from a Mac computer, you need to ensure computer and the TV supports AirPlay 2.

  1. Click on the AirPlay AirPlay Icon icon on the right side of your Mac's menu bar.

  2. Click on the name of the display (e.g. Presidents Room Display).

    • Click on Mirror Built-In Display to mirror your Mac's native resolution on your TV.

    • Click on Mirror Apple TV to resize your Mac's resolution to match the resolution of your TV.

    • Click on Use as Separate Display to have your Mac extend your desktop and treat your TV as an additional display.

  3. To turn off AirPlay, click on the AirPlay AirPlay Icon icon on the right side of your Mac's menu bar and select Turn AirPlay Off.

*Devices with an HDMI port may also connect to the display using the HDMI WallPort and attached cord.



TCL Displays

TCL Displays are used in the Crimson Room, Massad Room, & the Traditions Room.

Devices with an HDMI port may connect to the display using the HDMI WallPort and attached cord.

LG Displays

LG Displays are used in the Presidents Room.

  1. Open the Action Center. Refer to this Microsoft article for help.
  2. Select Project.
  3. Select Connect to a wireless display.
  4. Select the name of the Room Display (e.g. Presidents Room Display) and following the on-screen instructions.

*Devices with an HDMI port may also connect to the display using the HDMI WallPort and attached cord.



TCL Displays

TCL Displays are used in the Crimson Room, Massad Room, & the Traditions Room.

  • Windows 8.1
    •  The following Microsoft article describes how to project to a wireless display (your Roku device).
  • Windows 10
    1. Open the Action Center. Refer to this Microsoft article for help.
    2. Select Project.
    3. Select Connect to a wireless display.
    4. Select the name of the Room Display (e.g. Traditions Room Display) and following the on-screen instructions.

*Devices with an HDMI port may also connect to the display using the HDMI WallPort and attached cord.

For any additional A/V needs, please contact your Union reservationists at union@ou.edu or 405-325-2121.