Receive intelligent and useful feedback.
Through the use of machine learning and artificial intelligence, receive guidance on the introduction, body, conclusion, and delivery of a presentation.
Overall, a good introduction. However, be sure to catch the audience’s attention early on so they are drawn in to listen to the rest of what you have to say.
Introduction - Attention
Don’t just end your speech without letting your audience know. Ensure that you use verbal signals to tell your audience what you’ve told them and that you are wrapping up.
Conclusion - Signal Ending
See a visual representation of your body movement throughout your presentation with 20+ pose points tracked. Instantly understand the frequency and direction of your overall body movement, focus, and eye contact.
Your eye contact tends left, ensure you’re paying attention to both sides of your audience.
Be sure not to rock back and forth too much.
Receive metrics including number of words, total presentation time, speaking rate, and vocal filler information. Enable improvement through objective feedback you can work to improve with each practice session.
IMPROVE OVER TIME
With each practice session, see how you did compared to before!
Create a virtual Speaker's Center on your campus and/or augment your existing resources!
REDUCE STAGE FRIGHT
As a vital component of your preparation routine, specific feedback enables you to build the confidence you need for the presentation.
DELIVER BETTER SPEECHES
Practice makes perfect! Not only be encouraged to practice more but get more out of each practice session.