K12_Video_WP_final. PowToon, free business presentation software animated video maker and PowerPoint alternative. Imaginary Friends - Bring Stories to Life for your Kids! by Evan Jones & Stitch Media. About this project Risks and challenges HOW PREPARED ARE YOU WITH THE TECHNOLOGY?
We’ve built the technology that will drive Imaginary Friends and tested it with friends and family. We’ll have to test again if we hit thousands of concurrent users, but we’ve already proven that our team can produce games and websites to handle this traffic. WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO MAKE THIS SAFE FOR MY KIDS? HOW WILL YOU DELIVER BOOKS SO QUICKLY? WHAT IF I DON'T LIKE YOUR STORIES? CAN YOU AFFORD TO SHIP/PRINT THESE REWARDS? WHAT IF YOU GET MORE ORDERS THAN YOUR FUNDING GOAL? Our dream is to make Imaginary Friends long-term with our creative team and that means any additional funds will be spent making additional stories, better activities and more FUN together with you.
Learn about accountability on Kickstarter Have a question? Ask a question. The 12 principles of animation. “By their skillful use the animator gives life, meaning, character and spirit to no matter what subject.” – Norman McLaren Established during the 1930s by the 9 main animators working at Disney, the 12 principles of animation are an excellent guide for animation creators looking for a few sure-fire techniques to make their work leap to life.
Though not essential to the animation process, when followed these principles can help you create images that seem to obey the laws of physics and will appear far more lifelike to the viewer as a result. Some of these principles explore the more conceptual components of animation, such as emotional timing and character appeal. Depending on what you are trying to achieve with your animation, you might use all or none of these, but they are valuable none the less.
The aim of this blog is to break down the components of each principle and explain their importance through examples and visuals. ChineseMedicalLesson. Rgbandu. Interactive: U.S. regulators: Boeing 787 probe far from complete. KC3 ~ Kids Creating Community Content Sample. Interactive zombie movie adventure - DELIVER ME TO HELL - REAL ZOMBIES ATTACK. The Metrics of Maximum Impact: John S. Johnson (Future of StoryTelling 2013) Student review: Digital Prohibition: Piracy and Authorship in New Media Art. Author: Carolyn Guertin Edition: First Publisher: Bloomsbury/Continuum Pages: 304 Price: £65.00 and £19.99 ISBN: 9781441106100 and 131904 Carolyn Guertin sees in digital prohibition not only a crisis of the distribution of the products of digital creativity but also a crisis of democracy itself.
Her reading is influenced by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri's conception of "multitude", a group that constantly creates the common, that Guertin identifies in recent movements from Occupy Wall Street to the Arab Spring. In the same way that internet artists borrow from copyright to produce their work (via collaging, sampling and remixing), Guertin borrows from theorists ranging from Marshall McLuhan to Guy Debord to Bruno Latour. Who is it for? Presentation: Generic.
Would you recommend it? Spring 2013 Vol.6 No.2 - Teaching and Learning in the Digital World: Possibilities and Challenges. This issue addresses the impact of the digital world on teaching and learning by sharing particular examples and critical discussions from a wide range of learning contexts.
The journal is available in multiple formats. The interactive version allows readers to turn pages, hear authors read their work, enjoy podcasts, and experience other media. The PDF version is offered with links as well, and is easy to download and print. Printed, bound copies are also available. They can be purchased at lulu.com, and are priced at the cost of printing. Media Literacy: A Definition and More. The definition most often cited in the US is a succinct sentence hammered out by participants at the 1992 Aspen Media Literacy Leadership Institute: Media Literacy is the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and create media in a variety of forms.
Definitions, however, evolve over time and a more robust definition is now needed to situate media literacy in the context of its importance for the education of students in a 21st century media culture. CML now uses this expanded definition: Media Literacy is a 21st century approach to education. It provides a framework to access, analyze, evaluate, create and participate with messages in a variety of forms — from print to video to the Internet.
Follow these links to documents and resource materials that will help you explore these ideas further. Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles". Infographic_on_infographics.jpg (JPEG Image, 1500 × 971 pixels) - Scaled (68%) A Short History of the Highrise.