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Connecting multiple iPads with no internet connection for business presentation.

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Our company wants to do presentations to clients on iPads but sometimes they are in a location with no internet connection to the outside world. Is there a way to share a screen from a Mac or iPad to multiple iPads on a ad-hoc network? Any apps out there that can do this?  Right now we are using SyncPad which works great as long as you have access to the internet.

Thanks in advance,
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There are many.  Try searching for "iPad screen sharing".

-Matt
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Most of these requires you to go online to use. I was looking for a way to do internally with an ad-hoc network.
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