Luna Display 4.0

Luna Display now turns any Mac into an extra display

#3 Product of the DayOctober 18, 2019
Luna Display is the only hardware solution that turns any Mac or iPad into a wireless second display. Luna Display seamlessly extends your Mac desktop to your iPad or another Mac, creating a wireless second monitor with stunning image quality.
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After Apple "sherlocked" Luna Display with Sidecar in macOS Catalina, we put our heads together on how we could make Luna even better... So I'm excited to announce today... Mac-to-Mac Mode for Luna Display! Turn any extra Mac into a second display. Apple zigs, we zag 😉
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@mronge I love how this supports reuse of old Mac hardware, making a small dent for environmental sustainability
@mronge What's the latency if I were to find the cheapest possibly used 5k 27" iMac to use as a 2nd monitor for my Macbook Pro?
@thedotmack I wish I could provide you with an easy answer, but the biggest factor is wifi. If you have a good wifi connection it should be really low latency
@thedotmack @mronge do you guys have a demo video, showing a Macbook Pro projecting screen on to iMac that could showcase the low latency ? Thanks.
It would be awesome if this works with Linux and Windows devices. That’s what I really need for work.
@yaooooo 2nd this. I think it would be a smart move for Luna to think about redefining their mission statement from "Display solutions for Apple products" to just "Unifying your Workflow", especially in light of Catalina. A lot safer long term I'd imagine, as there's not as much of a threat from any single ecosystem supporting a competing one.
Using an iPad as your _main_ screen, say, for a Mac Mini on the go is super dope. What iPads does this support?
@joshuapinter any iPad running iOS 9 or later
Awesome! I've got an old iMac sitting on my desk at home (as a media server) that I can now use as a 2nd monitor.
This is actually a very useful application. I have been a fan of Luna Display since the earlier versions but for Mac to Mac mode I just use a thunderbolt cable which is already supported by MacOS. But, if you already have Luna, awesome new feature. For those who don't you can simply do the following -