Miracast is a wireless display standard that allows you to stream content from one device to another, such as from a smartphone or laptop to a TV or projector. It uses Wi-Fi Direct technology to establish a connection between the two devices, and then streams audio and video content in real time.
Miracast is built into many modern devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and TVs, and can be used to mirror the display of one device onto another. This is useful for presentations, watching videos, or playing games on a larger screen. Miracast does not require an internet connection, which makes it a convenient way to share content in situations where a wired connection is not available.
To use Miracast, both devices must support the standard, and you will need to make sure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. You can then initiate the connection from the device that you want to mirror, and select the receiving device from the list of available options. Once the connection is established, you can begin streaming content to the other device.