StageMate - StageMate is the smart assistant for your presentation

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The main idea and motivation behind StageMate is to assist you while pitching your idea. It covers all aspects of your pitch from skipping slides to reminding you if you miss some major point. Furthermore, it will keep an eye on you so that you stay in time. StageMate solves this issue and is your smart pitch-assistant.

https://github.com/Langhalsdino/StageMate

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