Dynamic Presentation System, also known as DPS, will make your presentations come alive! By taking full advantage of the multiple display capabilities of your Microsoft Windows PC, DPS will move your ordinary presentations to the next level and help you make an impression. Also, if you have a wirelessly networked Microsoft PocketPC device, DPS can harness its versatility and allow you to control all presentation features remotely.
To learn about the capabilities of DPS, see the About DPS section.
Wednesday May 11, 2005 at 5:57 PM EDT
We have released the first beta of DPS/Base, and it is available now from the Get DPS page. We must apologize that we are not prepared to release a beta of DPS/Satellite as we are still waiting on the appropriate test hardware, but we are working on it and hope to have a copy available soon. Also of worthy mention is the fact that this -is- a very early beta. While we have tested this software to be sufficiently functional, there are some features which do not work yet. Visit the Get DPS page and learn about the current known issues under the Release Notes section.
Wednesday May 11, 2005 at 7:04 AM EDT
As you can see, the website has been altered just a bit as improvements are being added. Hopefully, the site will be a little easier to read and use. In other news, we expect to release a "true" beta version of DPS/Base (the desktop application) and, if we can get enough of it cleaned up in time, DPS/Satellite (the PocketPC application) around midnight tonight. Stay tuned, as we will make another announcement about it here.
Saturday May 7, 2005 at 11:55 PM EDT
The brand new Dynamic Presentation System website design has been uploaded. As we are still in the development stages of DPS, more content will be gradually added here. As updates are made and progress in the project is realized, we will post a news item about it right here.
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