Having a tool where nervous presenters can practice in front of a virtual audience strikes me as a pretty cool piece of technology.
It's one thing to go through a dry run in ppt rehearsal mode. That will tell you if the presentation is going to run to time. But if you can offer a customer speaker the chance to practice on a virtual stage in front of a sea of faces, the results could be a far more confident presentation on the day.
Virtual auditoriums help nervous speakers boost their skills Public performance can be nerve racking. But a simulated audience can help teachers, musicians and business students learn to stay calm in front of a crowd