Cite: R. Spicer, A. Kelliher. NextSlidePlease: Navigation and Time Management for Hyperpresentations (poster), in Media, arts, science and technology '09 (MAST 2009). January, 2009.
Abstract: The dominant presentation paradigm within academic, business and government organizations involves a linear and uninterrupted progression of bulleted slides introduced by a lone gure in front of a passive audience. This format does little to encourage active discussion or facilitate improvisational presentation of material. In this poster, we propose a presentation framework that encourages deep engagement with ideas and content through a structured authoring approach and an agile real-time presentation interface that supports improvisation and audience interaction.