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There seem to be a handful of apps available that allow your iPhone to act as a webcam for your Mac over Wi-Fi, which would allow you to view and record video from them. A few of the ones I found: PocketCam Mobiola WebCamera iWebcamera For recording purposes, you may need to use the built-in recording functionality of QuickTime Player, although some of ...
The Satechi Bluetooth Smart Pointer is actually a pretty good choice. I have a number of teachers at this school who use it for their classes all the time. It works a lot like the Apple Remote that has been (essentially) discontinued for Macs. It has some additional features, like a laser pointer. To make it work with Plex, you can just use it in ...
Try Satechi Bluetooth Smart Pointer.
Logitech's R800 remote works. They aren't officially supported, but they allow you to flick back and forward between slides.
"Curtain mode" is a function to remotely take control of another mac while blocking the local user. It's just that - A function. E.g. there is a specific button for blocking the local user. It's not something you have to do. If you want to allow the local user to continue working, you simply don't hit the Curtain button. And wow, it seems like it hasn't ...
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