No! A desktop operating system of Windows, Linux or OS X is necessary to install the Prismatik software that allows to capture the picture (or any rooted Android 4+ device with Prism app, see update #5). So, one more time: any display connected to Windows, Linux, OS X or Android.
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No, you can’t. Prismatik is a cross-platform screen-capturing software that can run on a full-fledged(!) Android/Windows/Linux/OS X based device.
It’s important to know that your OS is the video signal source: you can’t process incoming data from your Xbox, PS, Apple TV and so on, even having Lightpack attached to the desktop at the same time.
|Display size||# of Lightpacks|
|Up to 50''||≈1 Lightpack|
Already done! Check out our downloads page to .apk and details.
Yes. Prismatik can be run on Linux which is typical OS for this and many other media centers software. Prismatik’s interface should be disabled with a key “--nogui”. Please take notice that basic settings (like turning off/on, switching profiles etc) is performed with XBMC plug-in. Also it's possible to run Lightpack with 3rd-party software, like BobLight on your OpenElec mediacenters
Don't worry, it's already taken into account. We will provide suitable plugs for each country (except Australia — sorry for this) in accordance to delivery state or customer special request.