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Jakob Jochmannon 4 March 2013
Transcript of Immersion
That includes blur, drop shadow, background (!) etc Use matching backgrounds to hide the backgrounds of your PDFs. Use layering and stack PDFs on top of each other, because Prezi does not render vectors evenly at extreme close zoom. click (noun): im•mer•sion deep mental involvement: “her total immersion in presentation design”
ORIGIN late 15th cent.: from late Latin immersio(n-), from immergere ‘dip into’
(see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immersion). Prezi and the iPad empower you to choose your own path in a virtual world and interact with its objects in a way that borders on magic. The technology becomes invisible. That’s immersion for you. zoom in interact with the objects on the canvas You can touch the virtual objects on this infinite canvas and interact with them. The pixels become tangible. Just look for the visual cues you know from experience. Like buttons. They will guide you through this Prezi. Click, click, tap, tap...
Very well then. This Prezi is about exploration, so go on. Find your own way. Here’s how I created this iPad mockup Overlaying invisible frames on top of the buttons makes those areas clickable. That’s all there is to it. You can create immersive experiences too.