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iPosters at DPS 50

Add Audio, Video & Interactivity to Your DPS Poster!

We are offering an exciting new concept in poster presentations at the upcoming DPS meeting in Knoxville, TN: interactive, multimedia iPosters. With the iPoster system, you’ll be able to create an interactive presentation that includes high-resolution images, high-definition videos, narration, interviews, viewer surveys, and more. You can add as much text and media content as you need to present your research with all the detail it deserves.

Authoring iPosters is done online using easy-to-use, web-based templates. You can log in from any computer to create and edit your presentation. Your iPoster will be displayed at the meeting on large-format HD touch screens and will be downloadable to smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers during the meeting and for six months after it concludes.

Meeting participants will enjoy a completely different learning experience when exploring your iPoster, which they can do with or without you present. Content boxes scroll and expand at the tap of a finger. Tap on a photo, diagram, or table and it enlarges to become more readable. If you’ve included a video, viewers can watch it full screen. If you’ve added a narration, attendees can listen to your presentation (while they scroll through your iPoster) even when you’re not there.

Viewers can reach out to you via the “Contact Author” button at the bottom of your iPoster — they can ask for more information or request a meeting while you’re both still at the conference. You can also share your iPoster as an online presentation or a PDF document with the click of a button. Learn more about iPosters.

We hope you’ll take advantage of this new technology to make your poster as cutting-edge as the research you’re presenting! If you’re interested in participating make sure to choose iPoster as your presentation type during submission.

The DPS used this system at the 2017 Meeting  in Provo, UT.  Take a look at the gallery of iPosters still available to view.

If you have questions or concerns, please email Debbie Kovalsky, AAS Director of Exhibits & Development.

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