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Unity as a presentation tool

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by MikeHergaarden, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. MikeHergaarden

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  2. GrimWare

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    Woah, this could be very impressive for my proposal for my project for funding.
     
  3. Filto

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    did a similar thing as a presentation aswell. Was well recieved
     
  4. kondrup

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    very nice!

    - a bit confusing with all the canon balls together with the 3 video screens :)
     
  5. Rush-Rage-Games

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  6. Vinícius Sanctus

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    Im all for it! =)

    I wish a painfull death for power point! =)
     
  7. cemC

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    interesting idea. i like it. I mention that how can you make video on the board in gameplay? (during presentation) did you use video texture or smth like that?
     
  8. MikeHergaarden

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    Cool, if you got a link it would be nice to see yours :).

    Hehe, it should be bombs (related to the bomb factory video).

    Yep indeed. I just realized thats a pro only feature then.
     
  9. AJMilsom

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    Very nice idea, takes allot more work, but if its for a really big contract or something of sorts could be really worth it
     
  10. kenshin

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    Nice and funny, but I agree with AJMilsom ... the presentation is a little bit long.
     
  11. TomaszKielski

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    I like it very much but the initial screen seems a little bit confusing to me, that you have to not just click, but to hold the key for a while.