In today’s VietnamEvent news post, we want to share with you the fantastic equipment that you can use for your next large-group presentation in an event or even a summit. Comfort monitors can make you look like a professional speaker, while literally putting your mind at ease. The word “comfort” in “comfort monitor” absolutely has its reasons. Read on, and share with people who may benefit from this article How to Use Comfort Monitors to Professionalize Presentations.
What is a comfort monitor?
A comfort monitor is a display screen for presenters, and speakers can easily read from, typically when standing on stage. Unlike traditional teleprompter, several flat-screen monitors are placed at the foot of the stage where they are mostly hidden from the audience’s view. The arrangement and angle allow speakers to take easy glances at their slides or talking notes while being able to act naturally as well as maintaining eye contact with their audience. Comfort monitors bring about the convenience and benefit of showing prepared notes, avoid having to place notes at a podium, or worse, to keep notes in hands.
In the audience view, they will probably see comfort monitors on the floor, near the stage, typically covered in a black drape to keep them hidden from view and to hide the wires, thereby making the stage and around aesthetically pleasing.
Who uses comfort monitors?
Any speakers presenting at a conference or event like CEOs, business heads, and anyone moderating a panel or hosting an important company town hall will need comfort monitors as an essential component of a successful public speaking engagement.
Why you need a comfort monitor?
Speakers today always prefer the freedom to move around on a stage. Good presenters are recognizing that they have the ability to interact with audiences while presenting, and many audiences are looking for signs of speakers though relaxed on-stage presentation. A speaker who is not tied to a podium, move flexibly, and does not depend on notes in hand will be highly rated by discerning audiences. Podiums are also appropriate for many formal events or conferences, but for day-to-day presentations or large shareholder events, staying behind a podium can be too rigid. Think carefully about your staging style to ensure that you are conveying the desired message for your event.
If you are willing to leave the podium behind, there is no reason to leave your notes behind and panic. Then, a comfort monitor will come into play. You can see an exact representation of what slides your audience is looking at without turning your back to the audience to check the slides, or, you can set up your PowerPoint to help. You will be able to pay more attention to the quality of the delivery of your message and interacting with your audience.
To use a comfort monitor for the first time, it may take a little bit of practice. Making a live presentation with unfamiliar devices can create unnecessary stress and even unexpected interruptions happen. Hire an IT/AV team to set up a comfort monitor during your rehearsals so that you can get used to making a presentation with it.
Comfort monitors are there to make the comfort of presenters but need to be appropriately set up and positioned. Don’t let the setup, or position of such monitors lead to a discomfort situation. Let’s VietnamEvents with the years-experience of setting the stage as well as planning events help you to use comfort monitors to professionalize your presentations.
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