Impress.js is an online, open source tool for building your own presentations similar to Prezi. It uses HTML5 and CSS3, supported by the most modern web browsers, to move between frames. For most of us that simply means you can zoom, twist and turn your way from one slide to the next and even use 3D effects. It is also easy to embed images and video into your presentations. There is an infinite canvas to play with and as the tag line says, 'the only limit is your imagination'. Check out the example presentations in the bottom right of this page.
you can use the power of the web to make the most of your presentations.
the amount of technological understanding it requires. Unless you know HTML5 and can code a website, you'll need to use an editor such as Strut to work with impress.js. Also, because impress.js uses technology like CSS3 and HTML5, the awesome zoom and 3D effects do not work on older browsers, like Internet Explorer 7 & 8.
This is non-proprietary software. You can save presentations on your computer and choose to share them online, offline or keep them all to yourself.
impress.js created this presentation to show off what the software can do.
Check out this example showcasing some of the cool transitions - What the heck is responsive web design?