as I am doing my first conference talk, I want to prepare as best as I can. I often encounter problems that make my images looking on laptop/workstation screen perfect, but you can't see anything or the decisive detail when projecting the same with a video projector. Of course this may have many causes:
- each projector displays colors differently
- The lighting conditions are different for each talk
But can you give me advises or rules I should follow that improve my chances to have good presentation? One thing I will certainly do, is to pre-run the presentation on the video projector of our institute. I hope, if this will not fail, I have chances to survive :).
Some information to my images used in the presentation and information I have so far:
- Mostly screen shots of MRI acquisitions
- I decided for white background, so I can reuse most of the images from my publications
- Colleagues told me that we will have good lighting conditions (no windows, darkened room)
- The presentations will not run from my own laptop, so I can't say if VGA, DVI, HDMI,... will be used, nor I have no information on the projector that will be used.