Highlights, Insights and Soundbites from Eileen Clegg's research in learning and visual journalism
That's a nice animation. How did you do it? Does the order of animation help people understand the fundamental principles? Is there reason behind the way things are done?
Hi Jim: Bill Daul created this by stripping the mural into "pieces" that he reassembled as an animation. I see this as accompanying a podcast, and the mural objects would correlate to what is being spoken. As a learning enhancement, here would be a series of murals unfolding more slowly along with the podcast. Yes the shapes I use do have some logic behind them, to evoke a feeling and relax or "prepare" the mind for new information. Thanks for the great questions!
Really nice. Is there a way to slow it down?Eileen can you blog about the shapes - like teaching us a visual language?
We created this animation just as a sample of how we could produce additional formats of Eileen's work.I could have slowed it down but this is just a sample. I could have made it smaller. The larger format would work GREAT on a CD...smaller formats for network viewing.As Eileen mentioned. We could slow a muralmation way down and add a sound track.
Post a Comment