Projected presentations have been a popular means of communicating knowledge for decades now, but the basic laser pointer has not really been improved to be as effective an aid as it could be. The Sliding Pointer is a concept reinvention of this handy little device that keeps things fairly simple while offering flexibility.
For the ease of the user, this gadget can be worn on the index finger so that it doesn't need to be constantly gripped by several. A large button is effortlessly accessed by the thumb and requires a simple back and forth motion to activate it and modify its settings. Min Kyo Lim's Sliding Pointer lets you choose between a dot, a circle and a line to emphasize text and images from your PowerPoint presentation in different ways.
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Sliding Pointer Has Three Settings for More Effective Presentation Emphasis
Published: Nov 19, 2013 • References: yankodesign