October 27, 2012 in Productivity (F)
[prMac.com] Paris, France - Scrollshow is an iPad application enabling the creation of borderless panoramic presentations as an alternative to the traditional "slide-by-slide". Very user-friendly, Scrollshow moves the elements of the deck at different speeds along an horizontal axis following the finger's scroll. This shifting is creating a stunning illusion of depth called "2.5D".
With this innovation, Scrollshow is bringing one of the most spectacular effects of video games and animated movies to presentations - the parallax scrolling. The animated panorama enhances the meaning of the message and brings life to infographics or storytelling speech.
The innovating potential for visual communication is pushing creativity to the next level. Transitions are history, as texts and graphics become dynamic. The panoramic view allows unique, lively and riveting presentations.
Plimse, editor of Scrollshow, offers about 20 animated themes, each of them being the beginning of a story and the ideal background for unprecedented presentations. Technologically innovative, the application is ideal to bring out the advantages of products during tradeshows, or for business and family slideshows.
Suited for everyone and easy to use, Scrollshow deeply impacts the visual and emotional aspect of the message. Straightforward and fun to create, Scrollshow presentations amaze, seduce and help to convince while emphasizing the qualities of the presented object.
Scrollshow will be available on App Store Monday 29 October, at the launch price of $3.99 - for one week.
Plimse SAS was founded by Erwann Robin and Damien GREFF. Two entrepreneurs. We developed a mutual affinity for mobile technology and a mutual aversion for slide-like presentations. The iPad launch in 2010 made us dream of new ways to conduce presentations and build it. Plimse SAS is an iOS app Editor located in the heart of Paris, France. Copyright (C) 2012 Plimse SAS. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.