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Prezi Testing Ground
Transcript of Prezi Testing Ground
Slides are transparent photos you slide into machines. They are not the ideas.
The ideology of Prezi is based our natural knowledge on how to coordinate ourselves in space; traditionally all information we have had to process and store used to be linked to physical space. That is where our minds have developed good skills in orienting ourselves. Despite all this digital information today is mostly presented to us as a moniker of printed matter. Of course printing has served us well to store (and shape) information for the the last six centuries, however, with the wide appearance of computing we saw the same old pattern: old forms got translated to new media without exploring its full potential. Most of the computer systems which present us with information today use the old paradigm of prints and slides: arranging information on a framed 2d static space. We could argue that these (at least their forms) are merely the side effect of Gutenberg’s galaxy.
This does not only help in orienting ourselves within, but also helps us to develop our ideas better. http://www.aether.hu/prezi “Prezi is very intuitive to use. It seems to allow one to implement one’s thoughts rather than having to adapt to clunky software.” History Adam Somlai-Fischer and Peter Halacsy started working on Prezi in 2007, as they felt slides limited their ability to develop and explain ideas. The company was started in Budapest--the home town of Peter and Adam--in May 2008 with the help of T-Mobile (Hungary) and officially launched in April 2009. Prezi received funding from Sunstone Capital and The Sapling Foundation, which owns the TED Conference, in July 2009. In November 2009, Prezi opened its San Francisco office. peter adam founders of prezi how to use it http://prezi.com/learn/getting-started/ Make it Linear with Paths Inserting animations http://prezi.com/dpqe5z-tpuqb/ Educational uses area 51
testing ground http://prezi.com/learn/how-add-latex-equations-prezi Math http://prezi.com/rfsnedhqmhqa/thoughts-on-using-prezi-as-a-teaching-tool/ art projects * group art
*illustrations via computer
drawing pad English *learning vocab Outstanding Multi-Media Ideas re-usable prezis http://prezi.com/learn/selection-great-reusable-prezis/ podcast/walking tour http://prezi.com/zjwnw0dv32pa/rochester-downtown-the-way-it-was/ http://prezi.com/sb2hcaa9sb_i/the-rochester-public-market/ portfolio http://prezi.com/vgjcvjfxzkg6/rajesh-barnabas-portfolio/