You can of course show the regular Twitter website in full screen, or use a text based Twitter-like Twitter wall service such as twitterfall. However, you probably want to get the most out of your large screen and go for a more visual experience. This is what we focused on developing TweetBeam. Try what it looks like on your screen by entering a topic of interest below:
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Tips for showing Tweets on a large screen
Here are a few more tips when you want to display tweets full-screen:
What tweets do you want to display? If you want to show tweets by your friends (your so-called “home timeline”), you can login here and select “Personalized show of your Twitter”. If you want to show tweets based on a Twitter search, or hashtag, try using the box above. The latter option is great to visualize all Tweets around an event or other topic of interest.
Be sure to hit the icon with outward pointing arrows in the top-left to truly go full-screen
If you want to display Tweets on a big screen at a conference or event, always test this in advance. You don’t want to find out last minute that the monitor resolution is set incorrectly, or you can’t get the internet connection to work at the conference. By testing this in advance, you avoid any surprises. You also give yourself some time to get in touch with us for any questions, adjust the show to your preferences, and acquire the right license for your event.