Letter Detector

Some Uni Presentations
These are a collection of some little flash projects that I have made for some of my verbal presentations for university. We were told to have some type of question and answers session after our presentations, so I decided to make mine a bit more fun and interactive. They are not the prettiest things but they do work well.
This was for a presentation about the effects the wireless radio had on society.
I decided to have a word game at the end of the presentation. Where a lucky volunteer picked from the class would have to choose a series of letters that they think would eventually spell out a title of one of the references I had mentioned in my presentation.

To play the word game, you have to click a letter. If you get it right the letter will be revealed in the box at the top. The blue box with the number in it was supposed to be a scorer. If you click on the box in the middle, it will spin. < The idea was that before you clicked a letter, you spun the box to determine how many points you would receive if you got it right.

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Two Way Stopwatch

This was made for the end of one of my presentations at Uni, where I made cards with various words or phrases that I mentioned during my presentation.
Two volunteers from the class had to match these with the meanings on another sheet.
As they started to match them I started the two stopwatches and the idea was that once they finished matching up the words to the meanings they had to press stop on their side of the stopwatch.

The dark green bar at the top starts both timers at once. The big red rectangle stops the timer on the respective side. While the two smaller dark green rectangles will continue the timer on each side. The light green bar at the top will reset each timer depending on what side you click.

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