Audience members will see the slides and polls shared from your Glisser account, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you also need to show your Glisser presentation on the main screen.
Some examples of when you might want to consider mirroring are:
- You want to run a slide deck with complex animations (a Prezi presentation for example) but you still want to use all the interactive features of Glisser.
- The speaker insists on sharing their slides directly from PowerPoint.
To mirror your presentation you will need one laptop to present from (to connect to the main screen), and another laptop signed into your Glisser presentation, ideally driven by an event assistant or an AV technician.
The second laptop operates Glisser in Present mode, mirroring the progress of the slides on the main screen. This ensures the audience devices are provided with the same slide as the presenter’s.
If you wish to show audience interaction (polls, Q&A feed, etc.) on the main screen, a switch is required from the presenter’s laptop to the Glisser laptop, and back again.