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Method and System for Dynamically Altering a Presentation

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000236627D
Publication Date: 2014-May-06
Document File: 2 page(s) / 35K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for dynamically altering a presentation based on content of the presentation and estimated time remaining for presenting a slide of the presentation. The method and system enables tagging a content present in the presentation to dynamically modify the presentation.

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Method and System for Dynamically Altering a Presentation

Disclosed is a method and system for dynamically altering a presentation based on content of the presentation and estimated time remaining for presenting a slide of the presentation. The method and system enables tagging a content present in the presentation to dynamically modify the presentation.

In accordance with the method and system, a user or a presenter launches a presentation as illustrated in Figure.

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The presenter is allowed to dynamically change properties of one or more slides of the presentation. In a scenario, if the presenter opts to enable dynamic modification of the slides of the presentation, then content of the slides may be modified as required. However, if the presenter does not opt for dynamic modification of the slides, then the

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content may remain unchanged.

The method and system keeps track of elapsed time of the entire presentation, and also elapsed time for each individual slide of the presentation. The presentation is started by initiating a timer which tracks the elapsed time of each slide the presenter presents during the presentation. A pre-assigned threshold time for each slide of the presentation is checked during presentation of each slide. If the pre-assigned threshold time is reached during presentation of the slide, then an alert is sent to a workstation of the presenter. This alert may be added to the slide with content and sent to the workstation by visually marking added or removed content on an outline of the presentation. This allows the presenter to know which contents are added or removed from the presentation. Upon receiving the notification at the presenter workstation the outline of the presentation may change for next slide or may skip a slide. Alternately, content of the slide may be modified based on a priority assigned to the slide.

The outline of the presentation is displayed on the workstat...