It may be hard to believe, but March is just around the corner. For those in high school and college, this means two things—spring break and midterm exams and presentation. For those who started a new job this year, this could also mean that you’ve started to settle into your new role and you may be asked to give your first few presentations at your new job. In both situations, its easy to become stressed out and worry about every little detail. However, there are a few things you can use to calm your nerves. Let us help you with three new tech advancements that will help make your next presentation a breeze.
If you’ve ever given a presentation at a school or place of business, you’ve undoubtedly had to worry about how you can connect your computer to the projector in the conference room or classroom. Luckily, Airtame removes that worry. The newly released Airtame allows you to share connect from your computer with any nearby TV or projector. As described by Airtame, “Airtame 2 takes huge steps forward in design and functionality, while still being extremely easy to use.”
Chalk boards are nearly extinct and traditional white boards are soon to be a thing of the past as well. SMART Kapp is looking to take school presentations to the next level with their latest production. Their interactive board allows you to share your white board with those in the room as you write. As described by SMART Kapp, “It’s a whiteboard, but everything written on it can be saved in a library in its app. You can also follow along in the app as other people write on the board.”
There’s nothing more annoying than having to navigate each slide in your presentation from your laptop as you stand in front of the room. Thankfully, the Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote solves that issue easily. The new remote from Logitech allows you to navigate slides from up to 100 feet away, highlight different points and magnify the most important content in your presentation.
No, these gadgets won’t give the presentation for you, but they will amaze everyone in attendance. More importantly, each of these gadgets solve the minor issues that often take away from your presentation. Instead, they allow you to relax and focus on what you need to do to entertain your audience.