What a Conveyor v.2 Presentation Looks Like
The original version of Conveyor authored only one style of multimedia (one interface design) at one resolution (640 x 480 pixels). The new version is far more flexible, offering multiple interface behaviors at multiple resolutions. Users can, for example, design a presentation to utilise a 'Static', non-moving, main interface, a 'Panoramic' interface that scrolls left and right or a 'Super' interface that moves in both horizontal and vertical planes. Any of these styles can be built at any practical screen resolution and screen ratio.
This page shows some examples of presentations made using the new Conveyor software. Most of these are for presentation on a touch screen, but Conveyor can also make presentations for distribution on the web and by DVD.
A 'Static' Conveyor v.2 presentation exploring aspects of early 19th century British architectural and ornamental style. This title is built for display on an 800 x 600 pixel touch screen. The user is invited to touch the topic they wish to explore (Exterior and Interior details) to navigate to the topic of choice
A 'Panoramic' Conveyor v.2 presentation designed for location in the entrance lobby of a museum and to present the user with information about the different galleries within the institution. The screenshot shows the main interface. The user can move the panoramic image left and right, using the drag-box visible at the bottom of the screen, and click on hotspots located on the panorama, in order to navigate away from the main interface and access further levels of information. This enables them to explore what each gallery has to offer before deciding which to visit.
A stylistic representation of the above presentation illustrating the concept of a wide 'panoramic' image that is scrolled/dragged left and right across the screen upon which it is displayed.
A 'Super' Conveyor v.2 presentation (under development)designed to deliver information about European spa towns. The screenshot shows the main interface. The user can move the super image both left/right and up/down, using the drag-box visible at the bottom of the screen. As is described above, the user can also click on hotspots to navigate away from the main interface in order to access further levels of information.
A stylistic representation of the above presentation illustrating the concept of a super image that is scrolled/dragged left/right and across the screen upon which it is displayed.