Moving objects on your PowerPoint presentations

Dr. MayorgaBy Dr. Eduardo Mayorga

Many times, when giving presentations we want to explain how things work. For example, the flow of the aqueous from the ciliary body to the trabecular meshwork or maybe the path of light from an object to the retina.

For this, we usually use a static path with arrows. To make it more vivid you could consider adding movement to the aqueous or path of light. See a simple example of what i did in the video below.

To learn how to do this, and more complicated paths, watch the video below

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