Each team will have 7 minutes to present and we will have 8 minutes for questions afterwards, for a total of 15 minutes per team. We will gong you out after your 7 minutes talk time are over, so please stick to your time.
(2) Splitting the Talk among Presenters
Every student on the team needs to present a part of the slides. We recommend that each student presents the part they worked on but if that leads to too much switching back and forth you can also pick a different split. We know from the milestone spreadsheets who did what.
(3) Template File in your Google Drive
There is a template file in your google drive called 8-midterm-presentation example.gslides. Feel free to change the slide layout etc., this is just an example from last year to get you started.
(4) Presentation Content
Your presentation should cover the following points:
What is the problem you are trying to solve?
What is the solution? (use your rotoscope, see below)
What are technical challenges?
How did you address them with what you build?
What you have done so far (use milestone videos)
What you plan to do next?
Spend the majority of your time on what you build, the technical challenges you encountered, and what technical solutions you found to address them. This does not mean whining about how many sleepless nights you had, but providing a clear overview of what worked/what didn't work, and how fixed it.
(5) Prepare Rotoscope for Group Project
To illustrate your solution (point 2 above), please prepare a rotoscope for your group project. Refer back to Lab 13 Drawing Rotoscopes if you need some guidance. You may optionally create additional rotoscopes for other portions of your slides, but this is not required.