How to wirelessly cast an Raspberry Pi to a screen, e.g. Miraclecast, DisplayLink, or even w. hardware assist such as from Goovis?
Raspberry Pi computers normally run a version of Linux. And most Raspberry Pi computers can connect to the local network over WIFI wirelessly.
If such is the case, you should be able to run an application remotely and have its GUI appear on the local machine.
Consider logging in from one Raspberry Pi to another using the command:
ssh -X [email protected]
Substituting the name of the account on the other Raspberry Pi in place of "user_name" and substituting "192.168.0.123" with the IP address of the other Raspberry Pi.
You should now be able to start a program such as a video player on the remote machine (through the SSH session started above) and have it displayed on the local machine. The video file and the video playback application are on the remote machine. The video is being set wirelessly to the local machine where it is displayed on the local machine's desktop.
The O.P. would like video over USB-C. It appears the Raspberry Pi does not support video over its USB-C connections. Consider running a VNC server on the Raspberry Pi and a VNC viewer on a computer capable of video over USBC. There are free and commercial VNC variations available.