Augmented Reality Will Be The New PowerPoint

Total Immersion created a five-minute augmented reality presentation for Bill Chang, EVP of the Business Group of SingTel, to visually illustrate the complex process of business cloud computing in a simple-to-understand manner.   In doing so, they’ve shown us the future of presentations, at least for CEOs and other business rock star positions that can afford the service.  It’s possible weather reporting schools will have an uptick in students as presenters learn how to work the screen.

Who would want to use PowerPoint if you could have augmented reality to amaze your audience?  I know I wouldn’t.

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