I experimented with a new presentation platform called Prezi to give a talk recently at the Organization Development Network Annual Conference in New Orleans. The presentation was about how graphic facilitation is evolving at the intersection with new technology. I give illustrations of how visual meetings support imagining, engaging, thinking and enacting —the full cycle of action— and then provided examples of how combination with new tech is pushing the envelope even further. This image is the entire Prezi presentation.
When you click on The Future of Visual Meetings Prezi Show., it will connect you to the Prezi presentation I gave, stored on my account in the Prezi cloud. It will take a good 5-10 minutes to load all the images so be patient.
Prezi sells a desktop version of its software so you can design and store your presentation offline. From this initial experiment I'd say if you want to view on-line it would be better to have simpler graphics. The text blocks seems to load with no problem. They have great examples of other presentations on the site.