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    The future of public speaking The future of public speaking Presentation Transcript

    • nce Upon a time
    • Upon a time
    • grammar presentation posture posture feedback humor accent expressions technology story confidence timer content engagement pronunciation
    • The Future?
    • Scenario: Btp dp 3 btp presentations November 20th, 2020: department of design, iit guwahati
    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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
    • sound audience smell projection speaker internet content light
    • 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.
    • Public speaking Will no longer be just about speaking.
    • Public speaking Is an example of user experience.
    • Public speaking Will be much more than just speaking .