We have three methods of access for presentations:

- Desktop Presenter software on the presenters' laptop.
- VGA tap
- Point camera at screen.

We may or may not need a local IP address for the presenters' laptop to get Desktop Presenter to work, and the bottom line is that we will do whatever is fastest.

There is a link to the Desktop Presenter software on the wiki at:

All will be revealed by Monday evening, and I will post that info to the wiki.

The question of a house laptop is still open. Who can answer it?



On Mar 21, 2014, at 6:28 AM, Jason Ronallo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> As a speaker, I've also got questions regarding the setup. Is there a page
> anywhere for speaker information?
> Is there anyone who is providing a laptop for the podium? I'd rather not
> try to use my Linux laptop, which in any case it appears isn't supported
> for streaming. [1]
> If there will be a laptop provided at the podium, what OS and version of
> Chrome will be installed on it?
> Will there be a wired connection from the podium?
> Finally, is there anyone who would be willing to help reconnect the laptop
> at the podium should the previous speaker disconnect it in order to connect
> their own laptop? The worst is a nervous speaker (me! with shaking hands)
> trying to hook up a computer they're not familiar with back up and get
> their slides showing on the screen while everyone is waiting.
> Thank you,
> Jason
> [1]
> On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 9:09 AM, Kim, Bohyun <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
>> Just a quick question about speakers. Are speakers allowed to hook up
>> their own laptops to the projector and if so do we need a VGA or a DVI
>> adapter?
>> Thanks!
>> Bohyun