Recently I had to put together a presentation for my master’s class about 3D technology. For my presentation I built a blogger blog (http://3dmovietechnology.blogspot.com/). To jazz it up I thought about doing a simple screen-cast or narrated video to explain the features/layout but in the end I thought of something better.
Have you ever seen the “green screen?” Well, I decided to play around with the “green screen” for my introduction video and here is my product. I wanted to do a little more with it but for a first time I didn’t think it was too bad. If you are an educator and are familiar with the “green screen” effect, please send thoughtful comments my way as to how I can improve my methods. Thanks!
This week (July 8-13th) Lawrence Technological University (LTU) in conjunction with Kathy Mirakovits held a forensic science workshop at LTU. Not only was it an amazing experience, but the professors and Kathy created a crime scene environment that fueled and excited all of the individuals involved!
If you have ever been interested in CSI investigations, you teach science, or find the process of investigating a murder even remotely interesting then you don’t want to miss out on this workshop. We finished up today, but more workshops will be available in the future.
If you would like to see just how exciting it all was check out the pictures by clicking HERE. You can also see some videos of the event by clicking HERE or watching below:
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