What is Chromecast?
Chromecast is a device that allows users to wirelessly “cast” their content from other devices, so they can watch their favorite movies, TV shows, photos, websites, and more on their TV. Chromecast can display content from Android smartphones and tablets, iPhones & iPads, Windows and Mac laptops, and the Chromebook Pixel.
For more information on Chromecast, visit www.google.com/chromecast
Backdrop for Chromecast
When not casting, a feature called Backdrop allows users to personalize what’s displayed on their TV screen. With Backdrop, they can turn their TV into a beautiful backdrop filled with photos, satellite imagery, art and more.
If “Art” is selected when setting up Backdrop, Chromecast users will have access to Cultural Institute content, such as your artwork. All you have to do is make selected items eligible for Chromecast in your publishing options.
After your items are selected, they will be sent for review to be included in the display. Not all artworks that are submitted will appear on Chromecast.