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emaze: Conversation with Motti Nisani

Motti Nisani is the CEO of emaze, a company that produces a tool of the same name. With emaze, you can create presentations in virtual 3D worlds or simply in slides like. He has a B.Sc. degree in Engineering from Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

In this interview, Motti discusses about emaze.

Geetesh: Can you tell us more about Emaze –- is it like PowerPoint or Prezi?

Motti: emaze is in the sweet point between PowerPoint and Prezi. The presentations you create with emaze are much more attractive and professional than PowerPoint. And it much easier to use than Prezi and without the head check. emaze enables you to create amazing presentations in minutes. With emaze, you can create presentations in virtual 3D worlds or simply in slides like PowerPoint. As it is an online presentation tool using cutting-edge HTML5 technology, you can use it on all devices: PC, tablets, and smartphones. emaze turns your ideas into stunning live stories.

Geetesh: What’s the learning curve required to create presentations using emaze — also what are the prerequisites for running emaze?

Motti: emaze is a very easy to use. There is no prerequisites. Just sign on the website, and start creating amazing presentations in minutes. Everything is already made for you. You choose a template for the presentation and for each slide you have rich layout gallery to choose from. All you need to do is to enter your content.

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