For the American Psychiatric Association convention, programmed an interactive case study synchronized in realtime across 28 wireless laptop computers. Projected as part of the case study and working against a timer, the responses were displayed by question, broken down by table and percentages.
At any point within the live presentation, the moderator can return to any case study and review the participants responses. A survey consisting of a number of open-ended questions can be entered multiple times by individuals within each group of each laptop. Communicating through a custom socket server, all data is stored in a database and able to be retrieved at any time, as well as printed out for moderator review.