Glisser makes presentations interactive – it takes regular PowerPoint or Keynote slide decks and pushes them out live to audience mobile devices, slide-by-slide, as they are presented. It then enables members of the audience to interact with the presenter or each other, and collects valuable feedback. Attendees can also electronically mark-up the slides with notes, and keep them for future reference.
Glisser integrates slide-by-slide ‘like’ voting, live audience questions, Twitter (plus ‘Tweet-a-Slide’), as well as polling and feedback slides integrated seamlessly within the original deck. There is no need for a second monitor or technical support to switch screen feeds, as Glisser can be operated by a lone presenter from a single device. It’s that simple. More Info »
Presenters can set up presentations in a few minutes, simply by uploading their PowerPoint or PDF files at the glisser.com website, switching on the social features they want to include, and dragging-and-dropping in audience polls. They then get a URL to send to their audiences, so they can follow and interact at the event.
Audience members can access slides via their web browser – a solution that works across all major devices including Windows Phone and BlackBerry, without any download required.