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Method and System for Controlling a Presentation from a PDA

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000131915D
Publication Date: 2005-Nov-21
Document File: 1 page(s) / 26K

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Abstract

This invention addresses the problem of acquiring sensitive and critical presentation data on the run (presently users have to connect remotely or even unsecurely to their laptops at various company and client sites around the world) and the problem of controlling presentation dynamics (next slide, sounds, audio/video controls) wirelessly through a PDA. With the ability to store and host critical presentation data in a secure and portable device. In addition, the main feature would be to have a port or wireless capability to host and perform the presentation without the use of the personal computer. However, a portable communication device (such as a PDA) will not be used to edit or create presentation data, but is there to do presentations on the fly. Essentially, while no technology exists with projectors having wireless capability, with this technology and the invention of wireless projectors, it may be possible to connect directly from the PDA wirelessly via Bluetooth or by other wired configurations (such as VGA port) to the projector. This will not require the PC and that data is only accessible through the user's PDA.

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Method and System for Controlling a Presentation from a PDA

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This invention addresses the problem of acquiring sensitive and critical presentation data on the run (presently users have to connect remotely or even unsecurely to their laptops at various company and client sites around the world) and the problem of controlling presentation dynamics (next slide, sounds, audio/video controls) wirelessly through a PDA.

With the ability to store and host critical presentation data in a secure and portable device. In addition, the main feature would be to have a port or wireless capability to host and perform the presentation without the use of the personal computer. However, a portable communication device (such as a PDA) will not be used to edit or create presentation data, but is there to do presentations on the fly. Essentially, while no technology exists with projectors having wireless capability,  with this technology and the invention of wireless projectors, it may be possible to connect directly from the PDA wirelessly via Bluetooth or by other wired configurations (such as VGA port) to the projector. This will not require the PC and that data is only accessible through the user's PDA.