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  1. 1. Presented by Marco Tempest Breanna Davidson PSO 1211
  2. 2. A conjurer is not a juggler; he is an actor playing the part of a magician. —Jean Robert-HoudinMarco Tempest is a Techno illusionist, evolving magicwith today’s more advanced society.
  3. 3. Marco started off with a demonstration, or an experiment more or less, As he explained what augmented reality was. His clarified that what he about to do was not pre-recorded, which is what caught my attention His presentation was a big factor in keeping people’s attention, but not the one.The information along with the delivery are the other importantelements.He explained a little bit about the history and magic whypeople are intrigued after several decades. His movements and tone ofvoice were very upbeat and enchanting matching the feeling of hislecture.
  4. 4. Dynamism- 4/5 I would give him a 4 out of 5 because he was well prepared and was very interesting but I think at times I would get too distracted with what was going on on the screen and only catch bits and pieces of what he said.
  5. 5. His delivery was very successful. He has a sense of wonderabout his presentations and he is able to keep his audiencewanting more.He is very passionate about what he does and you can hear it in hisvoice.When he is speaking, I noticed that it’s not a serious tone at all, butmoreof a upbeat tone, often almost like he’s constantly asking a questionto entice curiosity.
  6. 6. Sir Ken Robinson’s speeches were both very educating but very different thenMarco’s. Sir Robinson’s speeches had more of a sense of urgency. His I felt likewere more serious. Marco’s, although had some educational value, was more for entertainment. Even when comparing their digital presentations, Marco’s is a bit more playful
  7. 7. “One of the key qualities of all stories is that theyare made to be shared.”-Marco TempestThey both relate to each other by catching the audiences attention.Their voices are able to project the messages they are conveyingby the tones they chose in which relate to their subjects
  8. 8. In conclusion, I havelearned from myselected speaker thatthe tone of voice, andmovement relating toyour presentationmakes a big difference.The audience will pickup on it very quick andIf it is executedcorrectly, it will beeasier to keep theirattention.
  9. 9. Work Cited:•http://www.ted.com/talks/marco_tempest_a_magical_tale_with_augmented_reality.html?quote=1456•https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-M5sMefh2feI/T-zxpN6wU2I/AAAAAAAAJ4A/Mw951XlPdhU/12%2B-%2B1•http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQlFhLRV1rSlPGbMBxTApgEY82qnyRI8MtsDb5fKX2VGNgk5nzqdw•http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRGKSP723rxEtJJsjy0ZiyOPNkmp0mQJXRbV9O0zsX30cGntpP4•https://dl5wlyjxhqk2u.cloudfront.net/main-i-328c19cfff0435fa3002474b99e17d4954155c27•https://twimg0-a.akamaihd.net/profile_images/467121450/Marco_smiles.jpg•http://www.checksum5.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/magic.png