Prezi, a new tool for creating presentations

A whole new tool to create clearer, more engaging and more modern presentations

Prezi Prezi is a new software that allows you to create presentations using a structure similar to a canvas of infinite dimensions, translating the concept of slides with the zoom performed on the canvas itself. A quick example to define the idea

The main feature of Prezi is its non linearity, in fact, a project presented through Prezi can follow more paths to go from one point to another of the endless canvas. The use of the zoom allows the presenter, with simple mouse movements, to have an overview of the entire work. In short, using the zoom you can view and express concepts in a more practical and conceptual than with the “old” slides, giving the opportunity to those who follow us to unleash real emotions. Its lack of linearity allows the presenter to zoom from one side of the canvas to the other, eliminating moments of “leaps of slides” in case we want to skip an already clear discourse, or to answer a question. Since the slides are not sequential, we can treat the huge presentation as a single multimedia photo, and then the transition of the “useless” slides is in real time replaced with a zoom-out of the current view and a zoom-in of the new desired view . This function allows greater flexibility and allows changes in record time even during the same presentation without the end user noticing. The design of a new presentation can be made up to 10 users at the same time, eliminating the continuous exchanges of e-mails and the dead times that are created between a joint and the other. All you need is permission to edit the file that is currently editing another presenter. In addition, the presentation can be launched via a browser, or exported by creating the executable file for both Windows and Mac. Its cost would deserve a separate article, but I will try to be short and clear. You can activate a free account that allows us to create, with the limit that can only be created online by browsers, and all our presentations will be public. If we want additional options we have to go and pay a subscription increasingly expensive, depending on the type and number of functions that we need. Among the various paid features stand out the ability to view the presentations offline, the ability to have a second view for the presenter, the ability to upload videos, and more.

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Francesco

Founder and CEO of Dummy-X since 2007, I share interests, ideas, projects, and IT solutions. I do not sell products, I limit myself to describing technologies and making available the right tools to realize ideas. Everything I write is the result of my work experience and my desire to learn. I have always been studying computer science in all its angles (software, hardware, networks and security) and in recent years I have specialized in the development of web applications. I am always open to new challenges and to research and knowledge of new technologies.
 

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