Basically PechaKucha is a presentation style in which
- 20 slides are shown for
- 20 seconds each on a screen
- in total six minutes and 40 seconds for each presentation.
The slides are changed automatically (configure it in your presentation program). This fast change leads to a better connection of visual audible content and encourages presentors to use visual content in a more creative way.
More interesting and precise presentation of ideas, concepts, projects...
Preparation: All presentors use a MS "PowerPoint" or a Open Source "Impress" template with automatical slide changes after 20 seconds. The moderator saves them on a computer.
Conduct: After the last slide is fading out, the presentation will be interrupted and the next presentation starts.
If Impress or PowerPoint do not work - as well PDFs may be presented.
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Variation: Select a Winner
A winner presentation might be elected by the audience.
In the internet you will find a lot of inspiring examples how different and creative Pecha Kucha can be used. There are PechaKucha nights in some cities, you could join one and experience the method.