Zoomable Presentations

Prezi is a presentation tool similar to Keynote, but instead of using a list of slides, the whole presentation is mapped out on a huge flat surface. The screen zooms in (or out) to the individual "slides" during the presentation and can even twist and turn. This is somewhat similar to Oberon's way of doing presentations, but much more advanced.

It's kind of hard to describe, so check out this example:

There's a basic free account. It's pretty awesome.

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