Tips and tricks, adventures and anecdotes, stories and studies. Here you’ll find everything to keep you up to date on the latest in presenting!
Receive presentation insights and
inspiration in your mailbox?
Presenting online with Prezi Video
Engaging an online audience: Zoom x Kahoot
Why NOW is the time to work on presentations
4 tips to spread your presentation, not corona
Best Business Prezi 2019
A day in the life of Pieter
How to end your presentation
PowerPoint to Prezi
An interactive presentation
A day in the life of Else
How to give a Pecha Kucha presentation?
The best PPT solutions for your corporate presentation.
A GIF in your presentation: how do you do it?
13x busting public speaking myths
A day in the life of Fleur
SXSW presentation tips & how to stand out in the crowd
Rules for PowerPoint
VR in public speaking
Diamonds for Mr.Prezident
How to save your Prezi as PDF?
Final presentation of the year
Prezi Awards 2018
Improved inking and 3D support
A day in the life of Emily
Power Hour #2: Innovators
From client meeting to presentation
A day in the life of Erin
Prezi versus PowerPoint
Interview with Joni / Great Communicators
A day in the life of Jiske
Ludus: presentations with limitless creativity
About our current attention span: are we turning into goldfish?
The Avocado Show on Power Hour
Day in the life of Paul
Using Infogram to create cool graphs
This is the Mr.Prezident Power Hour!
Presenting to large audiences, part II
Presenting to Large Audiences, part I
Shaping Future Stories
Day in the life of Dolf
5 Reasons Why We Use Motion Graphics
A brand new Mr.Prezident
The new display
Prezi Awards 2017
2018 Presentation Trends
PowerPoint takes on another dimension
Captivating the masses
Changing the Game with Augmented Reality
“By mixing the digital and physical world, AR can enhance the way we display and view information.”
At Facebook’s annual developer conference this year, Mark Zuckerberg predicted that at some point in the future, Augmented Reality (AR) will be integrated into our everyday lives to such a degree, that television screens will no longer be of use. "Want to watch TV? We could put a digital TV on a wall, and instead of being a piece of hardware, it's a $1 app, instead of a $500 piece of equipment.”
Uniting the digital and physical
AR is slowly but surely influencing how companies look at user experience. We can distinguish three elements of AR. To start with, Ikea currently offers an application that displays furniture as if it were in your home already. With the use of Apple’s ARKIT software and your phone camera, the app measures the size of the room and allows you to place scaled, digital furniture there. Like what you see? You place the order!
A safer world
A second feature of AR is the ability to enhance real-life objects. Hyundai presented an AR concept for a windscreen of a car. It displays directions and a speedometer and notifies the driver about possible dangers. This head-up display (HUD) technology prevents drivers from looking away from the road and will make driving easier and safer, says Hyundai.
Aside from adding digital objects and transforming existing ones, AR has interactive features that suggest three-dimensionality. Before AR was on the radar, bubble charts were used to display three variables of data in one chart. This way, tools like Infogram changed the visualization game.
Now, however, AR has come into play. We can take data out of our two-dimensional screens and make it interactive. By mixing the digital and physical world, AR enhances the way we display and view information. A three-dimensional graph is easier to comprehend and put in context as our brain prefers to process data in a visual manner.
Best of both worlds
Prezi is, of course, keeping up with the AR trend and is currently developing AR presentation software. In an interview with WIRED, Prezi founder Peter Arvai explains: “In a traditional presentation you might be standing in a room with a screen behind you displaying all of your visual aids. But what if you’re presenting your pitch deck in a web conference? Remote presentations lose all of the benefits of good visual design and practiced body language. Either you have the video but you don’t have visuals, or you see visuals but you don’t see who’s talking.” AR Presentations can easily solve this problem, and provide more immersive and engaging presentations in the process!
At Mr.Prezident, we share Prezi’s passion to make presentations engaging, interesting and fun. Since the launch of Prezi, the world of presenting has changed rapidly. Augmented Reality could well be the next breakthrough in the world of presenting and data visualization.
(Image credit: Prezi)
5 Tips to Step up your Storytelling Game
A New Page in Presenting
Well done Mr.Prezident of Hyundai
Mr. Prime Minister, meet Mr.Prezident
Harvard chimes in on Prezi
Which Prezi license should I choose?
Transparent PDF in Prezi Next
Prezi is making moves
The Office Punching Bag
The Next Best Thing of Prezi
The True Potential of an Infographic
The Perfect Pitch
Boosting our Battle against Dull Communication
SXSW Interactive Festival - 2017 report (2/2)
SXSW Interactive Festival - 2017 report (1/2)
Tony’s Chocolonely: Prezi With A Purpose
How to turn your Presentation in a Conversation
Revolutionary Retail Presentation Tech
Hyundai i30: Presented in style
PowerPoint Guru: An Interview with Hud Duque
Introducing our new intern Tiê
The emoji: Language simplified
Attending the Big Show: NRF 2017 in New York
CES 2017: New Tech Review
Five Presentation Trends for 2017
'Tis The Season To Be Prezi
The Art of Business
Five great changes in Prezi Business
Prezi Business Expert Review
Best Prezi 2015!
Prezi Tips: 3 Shift key secrets
PRESS RELEASE NY
First TV commercial
Icing on your cake
Don't be arrogant, be prepared
The missing link
Get the details right
Create Prezis even faster
Content is king
Multiple fade ins
The effect of visuals
From Prezi to PDF
Receive presentation insights and inspiration in your mailbox? Subscribe below!