Create one-of-a-kind eye-catching presentations on websites, advertisements, conferences, trade shows and other similar scenarios. Bjorn’s 3D-decks combines 2D, 3D and animations, making stunning presentations just a few clicks away and achievable by anyone.
San Diego, CA– May 24th, 2021, Software developer and inventor Bjorn Backlund has made headlines this week as he announces the launch of his highly anticipated web app “Bjorn’s 3D-decks.” Bjorn’s 3D-decks brings PowerPoint presentations into the 21st century by combining easy to use presentation software with incredible 2D and 3D animations that make stunning presentations available to anyone with a computer. In the past these types of presentations could cost thousands of dollars, but with Bjorn’s 3D-decks, this technology is now affordable & available to everyone.
Bjorn’s 3D-decks has re-imagined how to design and view decks, using animated gaming 3D to enable unique, engaging, and eye-catching slide decks, allowing the designer to mix and match regular 2D slides & 3D slides in various shapes as well as animated 3D charts. One of the benefits of 3D is that users can interact with decks in new ways, zoom in and out of details, rotate to see things from other angles. The creator can also cram more information onto a slide since they have one more dimension. Not only do interactive presentations look better, but they are proven to keep the attention of the viewer on the presentation for much longer, giving the presenter a greater chance of capturing more sales.
Some unique features of Bjorn’s 3D-decks presentation software include:
Tree structure – Legacy presentation software is often based on a linear list of slides. Bjorn’s 3D-decks uses a tree structure to allow for more interesting effects. Each slide can have any number of child slides or sub-slides.
Mix and Match & 3D Effects – Slide decks can be purely “standard” 2D, purely 3D or something in between. Either way, it is always easy to use. 3D effects, shapes, animations, 3D charts and more can be easily achieved by checking off boxes.
Scenes – A slide becomes 3 scenes in order to make it easy to navigate and apply features such as 3D animations in scene 1, 2D effects in scene 2, and the third scene is the “fork scene “, aka. TOC scene – a 3D presentation of the next slides in the sub-tree. Viewer/presenter can click on any of the slide to go down that particular path.
Bjorn Backlund is no stranger to launching new and innovative software, and after selling three highly successful startups, he turned his focus to his latest creation, and thus, Bjorn’s 3D-decks was born. Earlier in his career, Bjorn founded MadCap Software and MadCap Flare, the current market leader in technical publishing software.
To learn more about Bjorn Backlund or his latest web app Bjorn’s 3d-decks, visit his official website at http://www.3d-decks.com
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