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Method and System for Providing Seamless Emphasis for Positive Presentation Outcomes

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000247687D
Publication Date: 2016-Sep-27
Document File: 3 page(s) / 198K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for providing a seamless emphasis for positive presentation outcomes by building a model based on a previous success rate from other presentations and integrating the model into a current user’s presentation. Based on the model, the method and system decorates necessary keywords to be highlighted with other special typography hints for the current user during the presentation.

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Method and System for Providing Seamless Emphasis for Positive Presentation Outcomes

Disclosed is a method and system for providing a seamless emphasis for positive presentation outcomes by building a model based on a previous success rate from other presentations and integrating the model into a current user's presentation. Based on the model, the method and system decorates necessary keywords to be highlighted

with other special typography hints for the current user during the presentation.

In accordance with an exemplary embodiment, the method and system collects different types of presentation files along with a sound recording and information about a target audience. The method and system also collects feedback of the people in the audience about the presentation based on the following criteria but not limited to, people's comments on social networking websites along with the tagging and retweet comments, people's direct feedback to the presenter through face to face communication, people's feedback via email, instant messaging application and other personal information management applications.

Further, the method and system also analyzes the intonation of the presenter's sound recording.

The method and system, then, matches the audiences' feedback with the data identified from the sound recording to identify key intonation styles and keywords that

were used to gain either a positive feedback or a negative feedback.

Thereafter, the method and system develops a model where the keywords and intonation styles that received positive feedback are tagged with a special typography (for example, in a green bold font). Also, the method and system tags the keywords and intonation styles that received negative feedback with another typography (for example, in a red italic font).

For example, the method and system decorates the presentation text using the green bold font in the presenter's notes view to alert the user that the user needs to use different types of intonation for certain keywords during the presentation.

Further, the...