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System to enable Presenter Feedback using mobile devices

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000201706D
Publication Date: 2010-Nov-18
Document File: 2 page(s) / 22K

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Abstract

A system to enable presenter feedback using mobile devices is disclosed. The method includes capturing an image during a presentation, annotating the captured segment and submitting comments and context for the presenter.

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System to enable Presenter Feedback using mobile devices

Disclosed is a system to enable Presenter Feedback using mobile devices making a presentation to a group or a team of people. The method includes capturing an image during a presentation, annotating the captured segment and submitting comments and context for the presenter.

For example, consider a scenario where a presenter is showing slide 1. Further, assume that a user 1 and a user 2 are among the attendees of the presentation and each user has a "Smartphone". Thus, when the presenter is at slide 1, user 1 has a question on a certain segment of slide 1. A capture application in the Smartphone of user 1 is activated to capture slide 1. In a scenario, the capture application may correspond to an built-in camera in the Smartphone. After capturing slide 1 for example, a snapshot of slide 1, user 1 clicks on a relevant area on the keypad that corresponds to the segment or section on slide 1 that user 1 wishes to send feedback or ask a question to the presenter. For example, if user 1 has a question regarding matter disclosed in the center of slide 1, user 1 may click on number 5 on the keypad of the Smartphone. In the same manner, if user 1 wishes to send feedback for matter disclosed in right corner of slide 1, user 1 may click number 3 on the keypad of the Smartphone.

Thereafter, user 1 may enter additional information concerning the segment of section in question and annotate the additional information to the captured segment or section of slide 1. After...