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    Default Incorporation of Java in presentation software [PREZI - http://prezi.com/]

    Hello,

    I realize that this is a unique request. However I figure that there will be some diehard and curious programmers out there, and this may peak interest. I have started using a new type of presentation software known as PREZI [http://prezi.com/], and it is similar to power-point, but it also allows for 3-D type functioning where presenters can visually "cruise" around a presentation. It is very neat, and free to use the online version and register an account (no credit card needed). I can see the power of this software as many professionals in business make use of powerpoint to convey ideas and projects. I am looking to incorporate the power of Java programming with a PREZI presentation (e.g. embed a java income statement on one of the slides and be able to run it off the presentation). I realize this is a tall order for a novice programmer, however I want to have a competitive advantage, and figure it could not hurt to get some perspective.

    Also for reference I posted on the Prezi.org form (Is it possible to incorporate java applications into a prezi presentation?) a similar request.

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    Default Re: Incorporation of Java in presentation software [PREZI - http://prezi.com/]

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    Default Re: Incorporation of Java in presentation software [PREZI - http://prezi.com/]

    It appears Prezi is a Flash-based presentation. It would be hard to run a Java application in there (Although someone may have been desperate enough to write an adapter for that...).

    A viable alternative whould be ImpressJS (impress.js | presentation tool based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers | by Bartek Szopka @bartaz), which is just a plain HTML file, where CSS determines the look and feel. Also, all the animations are CSS3 which are really impressive I might add. I can see an applet working there for you.

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    Default Re: Incorporation of Java in presentation software [PREZI - http://prezi.com/]

    The best way is to use emze (emaze - Amazing Presentations in Minutes). Its HTML5 online presentation tool better than prezi. You can embed java to it easily. check it out.

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