Sunday, March 22, 2015

Spring Break!


No homework this week!  Enjoy the time off!

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How was this done?  How would you do it with your friends?


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  1. This took a hell of a lot of animation skills and coordination. There's no way me or my friends could pull off something similar (or at least not at the moment)

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  2. I think they just all started different videos at the same time and coordinated what they did with the different screens to the videos. I would probably do it the same was as them.

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  3. This was an interesting little animated video that involved animated characters moving between the screens of multiple mobile devices. There were a few segments of the animation that seemed to be moving that I would have made move, if I were the one making the decisions for that video.

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  4. These were all different videos with great animation and great timing. This will take time to animate because that is the hard part. Also some learning how to animate like that.

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  5. This video was created using multiple videos, each uploaded to their respective devices. It would take an extremely long time to actually plan everything to the precise and seamless show they performed, and I am awed by the amount of time it would have taken those people to actually create something like that. I think that it could be possible for my friends and I to create something similar to this, just not probable because it would take a huge amount of patience to create something similar to this.

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  7. I think this was done by multiple videos, timing, and camera work. I don't know how to animate, but if I were to do this, I would probably get a tripod (for an iphone) and carefully record a bunch of stop motion videos instead of animating.

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  8. This was done by one person, say the owner of the white i-phone, Playing a certain portion of a video that they either made or downloaded and at the same time the owner of the black i-phone started his or her section and so on and so forth. Until though what I am guessing was much editing they got it to be cohesive. My friends and I would probably not have the skill to due such a thing but if we did then we would probably due one hole video of certain things happening or even a stop motion video like I did for a project in elementary school, but in much better quality, and I would make that into a fun project that we could do.

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  9. It was done using stuff. I would do it with my friends using stuff.

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  10. It was done with i phones and timing. I would do it like these guys did but do a different story

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  11. After the animation was finished they calculated each fragment to seconds in Adobe Premiere so everything was synchronized.

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  12. This was done using music to sync up with animation. I would do this with my friend if I knew how to do it.

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  13. done with music and very well timed videos and movement

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