Benefits of Interactive Presentations
- Engage your audience through interaction
- Draw attention to your point
- Face your audience at all times
- Easy to use so you can focus on your content
- Mark up and advance slides with a single pen
- Works with any projector or direct view display
Presenting monthly reports in the corporate boardroom using a Wacom pen display, projector, and Microsoft PowerPoint. Using the pen directly on the screen to highlight key metrics, circle important percentages, and write down action items on the slides in realtime results in a more interactive working session that encourages active listening and audience attention.
A surgeon at one of the nation’s largest pharmaceutical and medical supply companies instructs employees and customers on the proper utilization of a product that is used during surgery. He uses Microsoft Powerpoint to present prepared diagrams and images and then uses the pen directly on the screen to highlight, markup, annotate and help field questions from his audience to ensure an interactive learning session. At the conclusion of the training, he prints and distributes the slideshow notes including annotations for the audience’s future reference. His use of the Wacom pen is critical for him to describe the dynamic nature of the surgical procedure in a way that the audience can visualize.
Recommended Wacom products
A 16” widescreen interactive pen display which has a compact footprint and adds interactivity to small boardrooms.
A 22” 1080HD widescreen interactive pen display for driving high quality projectors and HD flat screens or for larger presentation venues.
With a wireless accessory kit provides a thin and lightweight way to control your presentation with a pen while giving you freedom to walk around and interact with your audience.
Recommended Software for Interactive Presentations