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Epson iProjection App for Chromebook

Epson iProjection for Chromebook is an easy to use projection app for Android-based Chromebook computers. iProjection for Chromebook supports fully mirrored display of all your Chromebook content including Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Chrome browser.

Available in the Google Play Apps store

These instructions are intended for the non Android-based version of the Epson iProjection App for Chromebook. Android-based Chromebook instructions are coming soon.

Setting Up Epson iProjection for Chromebook

Before you set up the Epson iProjection app, make sure that both your Chromebook and Epson projector are connected to the same network. See your projector documentation for more information on connecting your product to a network.

  1. On your Chromebook, install the Epson iProjection app from the Chrome Web Store.
  2. Click the Launcher.
  3. Click the Epson iProjection icon.

    You see this screen:

  4. Enter your projector’s IP address in the box and click Search.

    Note: If you don’t know your projector’s IP address, press the LAN button or the Home button on the projector’s remote control to display it.

  5. Select your projector from the list and click Join.

    You see this screen:

  6. Select the display that you want to project and click Share.

Your Chromebook’s display is now mirrored by the projector. Anything that you do on your Chromebook is also shown by your projector.

When you're done, click the Epson iProjection icon in the Chrome OS app shelf, click Leave, and then click Yes to end the session and stop mirroring your Chromebook display.

Using Image Sharing


You can view images shared by the moderator.

Note: iProjection for Chromebook users cannot be the moderator.

  1. From the moderator’s device, share an image with all connected devices.

    You see this screen on your Chromebook:


    : If you don’t see this screen, click the Epson iProjection icon in the Chrome OS app shelf and click  Display received images.
  2. Click Save location folder settings.

    You see this screen:

  3. Select where you want to save any shared images, then click Open.

  4. Click OK.

    The shared image appears:

  5. Click the left or right arrow buttons to browse shared images, or click to open the annotation tools.


Using the Annotation Tools

You can use the pen tool to annotate images shared by a moderator device.

  1. Display a shared image from the moderator device.
  2. Click to open the annotation tools.
  3. Use the following controls to annotate the shared image:

    • Click to enable the pen tool and select the color and line width of the pen. Click and drag across the screen to annotate the image.
    • Click to enable the eraser. Click and drag across the screen to erase any lines you have drawn.
    • Click to erase all annotations.
    • Click to save your current annotations to the folder you previously selected.
    • Click to switch projection to your device (not available when a moderator controls the projector).
    • Click to undo a previous annotation.

      Note: You can undo up to 10 previous annotations.
    • Click to redo a previous annotation.
  4. Click to exit the annotation tools.
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