I miss the old OmniDazzle product from The Omni Group that let us transform the mouse pointer in a variety of ways, some silly but some quite practical. Worked well for highlighting areas of the screen to focus the attention of the audience during a talk or presentation.
I'm looking to make the mouse pointer more obvious, or darken the screen while keeping one region bright, or drawing colored crayon/marker lines, and so on.
I'm open to accessibility features in macOS that could work to focus the audience’s attention.
Mainly I use Apple Keynote for presentations. If Keynote has dynamic tools for focusing the audience’s attention, that would be helpful.
I also show other apps such as programmers’ IDEs during a talk, so using it outside of Kenote is ideal.
Are there other ways or other apps to accomplish this goal?