Art and Science of UX Deepzoom

For those who want to follow along in my Tech.Ed Australia "Art and Science of Great User Experience" talk, the Deepzoom is here:


ARC301 - Art and Science of UX - Deepzoom

BTW, you need Sliverlight 2 Beta 2

Comments (5)

  1. Ian says:

    Hi Shane,

    Just tried to run your presentation on another machine (Big fan so I wanted to have another poke around!) and it’s thrown a Silverlight error message

    ErrorCode: 5014

    ErrorType: ParserError

    Message: illegal xml character

    XamlFiler: DeepZoomProject.xap

    Line: 1

    Position: 3

  2. Shanemo says:

    I should have mentioned you need Silverlight 2 beta 2. Shanemo

  3. Ben Lowe says:

    Hi Shane

    Great idea using DeepZoom as a presentation tool.  I’ve always struggled to find a good use for that technology (apart from what the guys are doing with PhotoSynth).

    I’ve got a couple of presentations to do shortly and will try out deep zoom for those.  No more death by PowerPoint!

  4. Garry Trinder says:

    Also check out pptplex for a simpler way to add some depth to your PowerPoint presentations. Shanemo

  5. Michael Baltaks says:

    Hi Shane, I really enjoyed the presentation, and I’m impressed that you managed to put together something that works very much like the Humane Interface (on a certain level, and read only) for the slides. Now all we need is a tool that works the same way your slides do, but also lets you add content. I love it! Especially in contrast with the Archy project ( which got to alpha with some of the concepts, but never got around to the actual zooming bit.

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