I am wanting to screen cast mobile devices to a Windows PC for the purposes of taking screenshots/screen captures and to also be able to display the device screen through a projector attached to the PC. I looked through the Community and found Go Completely iPad in the classroom posted by @don_bryn concerning the use of Airserver, but, so far, that is the only thing I was able to find.
Is there anyone else who uses screen casting with iOS and/or Android devices for any of the reasons I mentioned above? If so, what hardware/software are you employing to make this possible? I would prefer a single solution for both iOS and Android, as I use and test both types of devices, but if an all-encompassing solution does not exist, I don’t mind acquiring multiple pieces of hardware/software.
I actually gave a webinar last week where I needed to display my iPhone over GoToMeeting to demonstrate a product on the mobile screen. I've used various platforms to do this, and the product I have settled on is http://www.lonelyscreen.com/. I don't have an Android phone so I can't test that out, but for iPhone I found the lag to be minimal - which is usually the problem you run into with these things. It's a free product as well. If you wanted to actually record your phone/tablet screen then you could just use jing, snagit, or screencast-o-matic.
@jbrady2 - I have this question too! Finding a solution was actually on my To-Do list for next week because I need an easy way to record in-house training material. I was really happy to see this question pop up!
This is trivial with a Mac - Canvas Mobile Video: The Making Of...
But...For Windows, we have had pretty good success with Reflector. It works with iOS and Android devices: Reflector 2 | Mirroring and Streaming Receiver for Windows - It's $14.99 - but there is a free trial.
As for displaying iOS devices during presentations, the best way (by far from the cheapest) is by far using an adaptor: Lightning to VGA Adapter - Apple