Mirroring devices to the projector

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We have going to host a meeting and will have 50 guest coming to  our company with their own device such as ipad, Windows Laptops , tablets, Microsoft surface laptop. Iam going to generate 50 wifi passwords for all these devises.
We have a EPSON EB-2245U projector in this conference room and each of the user may want their device to connect to the projector.

We have a good wifi connectivity in the conference room which is on a seperate wifi subnet.

The users will be required to connect their devices to projector  and I am looking for better way to connect the devices when asked for.Please let me know if there is best way of seeting uo this.

Thanks and any help will be great.
lianne143Asked:
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Qian BaoDigital Media Specialist and Web DesignerCommented:
If you projector is connected to a computer (Windows or Mac), you may consider using AirServer as it generates an AirPlay signal for iOS devices similar to Apple TV. Alternatively, you may connect the iPads via "Lightning to HDMI" cable but that process is time consuming.

Check out here https://connect.airserver.com/
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Eoin OSullivanConsultantCommented:
I would also recommend AirServer .. install on a PC or Mac connected to the projector via HDMI and Android and iOS devices will see it and can project their screens.
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lianne143Author Commented:
Is the air server free
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Eoin OSullivanConsultantCommented:
Nope .. you didn't make that a requirement ;-) Airserver is a commercial product but works very well
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Qian BaoDigital Media Specialist and Web DesignerCommented:
It's not free but you can try it for 14 days.
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