Students, please watch the following videos. The prompt questions are at the end of the last video. Enjoy!
“From the makers of Wallace and Gromit comes the smallest stop-motion animation ever. The lilliputian main character, aptly named Dot, stands a mere 0.35-inch-tall. According to Popular Science, the animators “used a 3D printer to make 50 different versions of Dot, because she is too small to manipulate or bend like they would other stop-motion animation characters.” Then each print-up was hand-painted by artists looking through a microscope. Once the set and characters were ready to go, the directors attached a CellScope (a cellphone camera with a 50x magnification microscope) to a Nokia N8 and let the cameras roll. You can watch the final cut above” (http://www.openculture.com).
Sour had their fans tightly choreograph an incredible routine using only their webcams.
Star Wars As Never Seen Before
Text 2.0 Reading A Whole New Way
What are your thoughts after watching the above videos?
How has technology changed the way we view, create, read, understand, etc. the things around us?
What do you think the future holds?