I'm doing a coding workshop and I can't seem to find a good way to stream a part of my screen (or some windows in my screen) into a projector. I only need the code editor and terminal/command prompt windows to show to the students. I didn't want to mirror my screen since I have slide notes and reminders only for me (as the presenter). So what I was thinking is to extend my screen into a projector (or to simulate, a second screen), and have a software streaming (mirroring) a part of my orig. screen into that second screen.
This is so the students can see what I'm typing into the code editor and terminal. I also have slides that I want to be in that projected screen.
But I still need a part of my orig. screen hidden for my notes.
I used VLC to stream desktop but it's a pain to setup and there is some lag into the stream.
The description may sound confusing but you could imagine just what you would do if you have three things to show to the students. Your code editor, terminal and your slides. But you also have slide notes and some other notes for yourself.
Any good ideas?