The future of public speaking

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The future of public speaking

  1. 1. nce Upon a time
  2. 2. Upon a time
  3. 3. grammar presentation posture posture feedback humor accent expressions technology story confidence timer content engagement pronunciation
  4. 4. The Future?
  5. 5. Scenario: Btp dp 3 btp presentations November 20th, 2020: department of design, iit guwahati
  6. 6. 1. light • AMBIENT LIGHTING UNDER THE CONTROL OF SPEAKER • Not just on/off – color, intensity variation to vary mood • Immediate environment a part of the presentation / speech For Example: • narration of a story involving a flash of lightning. • Focus light on audience during Q/A
  7. 7. 2. sound • Sound UNDER THE CONTROL OF SPEAKER. • Seamless transitions between effects and voice of speaker. For Example: • Again, narration of a story involving a flash of lightning.
  8. 8. 3. smell • Immediate environment a part of the presentation / speech • Air conditioner under the control of speaker • Speaker decides the kind of environment to simulate For Example: • Narration involving nature or more specifically, rain.
  9. 9. 4. Connectivity (internet) • Speaker connected to the world at all times. • Live streaming + recording for worldwide viewing For Example: • Speaker gets live feedback and questions not just from immediate audience but from round the globe
  10. 10. 5. audience • Both physical and virtual • Connected to the speaker at all times via internet • Feedback and questions For Example: • In case audience is losing interest in the speech / wants speaker to move on, the same can be conveyed without interruption.
  11. 11. 6. projection, content • • • • Smart projectors – cameras, gesture dectection Natural transitions of slides through gesture – no interface Use of augmented reality to simulate engagement More interactive, engaging content For Example: • Speaker uses A.R to simulate 3D models/products live
  12. 12. 7. The speaker • Needn’t be physically present – virtual speeches • Even then, all previous points hold • Real time conversion of speech to text and further translation into different languages • Immediate archiving of speech in textual form For Example: • Someone listening to president of USA can hear the speech livein chinese
  13. 13. sound audience smell projection speaker internet content light
  14. 14. Our audience, their preconceptions, hopes and fears, are the essential part of the experience. They bring context with them. It’s tempting to oversimplify, especially when we attempt to reach a large audience.
  15. 15. Public speaking Will no longer be just about speaking.
  16. 16. Public speaking Is an example of user experience.
  17. 17. Public speaking Will be much more than just speaking .

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