Windows 8 has a new feature that allows you to connect to a network projector. The Network Projection Feature installs a bit of software that enables you to enter the address of a network projector to connect to.
Network projectors are normal projectors that can be connected to remotely over a network, using RDP. This way a Windows 8 user can do a presentation using their computer from any location.
The advantage of this new feature is that you don’t necessarily have to install some 3rd party software to operate a network projector. This is particularly useful because it means that network administrators can buy a range of projectors throughout their company and not have to worry about ensuring that all staff have the software for each one installed. I imagine that this feature will be primarily used by large companies or those with multiple sites and a training officer.