DemoCamp Details- Toronto 29

June 15, 2011 Pivotal Labs

DemoCampToronto29 took place Thursday June 9, 2011 at the Ted Rogers School of Management. An excellent combination of keynotes, demos and audience participation, the event was more than memorable. The event was close to the heart for Xtreme Labs, as BusDev team member Karthik Soravanahalli hosted the camp, while Product Guru, James Woods, demoed Xtreme Labs’ app, Alpha Slides.

Howard Lindzon kicked off the event with an excellent keynote focused on sharing his industry expertise. The quality of the discussion was one of the highlights of the evening, with Howard delivering one of the more memorable presentations to date.

The event featured the likes of Oleg Gustol from 500 Pixels, TitanFile, High Score House, Vizualize.me, WeAreTOTech and of course Xtreme Labs.

The closing demo was given by James Woods of Xtreme Labs, who introduced Alpha Slides. Alpha Slides was born out of a need for a free service that lets you upload all your presentations as PDF’s. Through the use of the app, Alpha Slides allows you to control your presentation through your mobile phone. Members of the audience can follow along with your presentation using their handheld, while you retain full control of the slide visible to them.

The app was a big hit with the crowd and is being discussed on Twitter: @saila tweets “Share & host slideshows in realtime via your mobile phone with @AlphaSlides, an interesting cross-platform play #dct29 #democamp.”

DemoCamp once again provided a noteworthy evening of startups, products and strategy. We hope to see you at the next one!

For more information on DemoCampToronto29 visit http://democamp.com/

To download Alpha Slides, visit http://bit.ly/jXZKjN

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