The PechaKucha presentation format of 20 images x 20 seconds has taken the world by storm and PechaKucha Nights now happen in almost 1,000 cities globally. Allowing anyone to take the stage and talk about their passion, their creativity, their city, their travel adventures, just about anything that gets them excited - and should be shared. Each day we curate a 'PechaKucha of the Day’ presentation from our global network. Now this simple App delivers that presentation to your iPhone - daily. It keeps a week’s worth of presentations so you have time to catch up if you miss one. 20 images x 20 seconds is just 400 seconds, so the 'PechaKucha of the Day' is the perfect window onto the world for your daily commute, lunch or evening kick back! The PechaKucha format was devised in 2003 - at the dawn of digital photography and Keynote - by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, two architects based in Tokyo, so that designers could show and share their work in public without talking too much... a notorious problem. The rest is history. PechaKucha continues to grow at over 10 cities / month, it remains not for profit and is almost entirely supported by Klein Dytham architecture in Tokyo. Visit pechakucha.org to join the conversation in a city near you - and view more than 9,000 presentations online.
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