When giving presentations I used to have a separate pointing device that I could use to move through the slides, but now with Keynote Remote I can see what is up the screen having my speaker notes right there with me. Flip the display in a horizontal position, I can see my current slide and the next one.
Fig. 1: Current slide with speaker notes.
Fig. 2: Current slide with next slide display.
This way I can move around the floor while giving presentations without having to stay behind my laptop to see what's next. This is especially good when you're co-presenting something, because now you can see the notes of your fellow speakers as well.
- You need to have Keynote '09 which is part of the new iWork '09 where you can set up your iPhone or iPod Touch for connecting with the computer.
- You need to have a wifi network where both the Keynote computer and the iPhone/iPod Touch are on.
Keynote Remote costs $ 0.99 at the iTunes Appstore.