The W3C Presentation API is a specification that defines an API for allowing web content to access external displays, such as projectors or connected TVs, for presentations. This specification is intended to take into account whether the displays being used are connected via wired (HDMI, DVI, etc.) or wireless (Chromecast, AirPlay, etc.) technologies.
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