The immediacy of the 360-degree view gives the film a poignancy that a news report simply can’t.
"Helping create awareness of crises a world away is one of the most important things VR can do—and, as Waves co-creator and Vrse founder Chris Milk puts it, “empathy isn’t just a ‘factor’ in VR, it’s the goal.”
"I’m happy to announce and share the latest, greatest, up to datest, all links verified as of November 24, 2014, version.
Thanks to my digital friend Sue, in addition to the Learnist and Pearltree collections that I had last year, I create a Flipboard magazine with my new found abilities. Thanks, Sue. Links to them all appear below. (They all point to the same resources; I just wanted to use a few tools)
Learnist Board Pearltree Flipboard Magazine
I hope that you find these resources useful and that one or two of them might make it into your classroom for the Hour of Code, December 8-14, 2014."
Storytelling Parade, our filmmaking contest with heart, has come to its first official close!
Over the past months, we asked filmmakers to rally together. Not for us, not for themselves, and not even for the prizes. We asked them to rally together to tell the story of individuals or organizations doing good for the world—to share their stories in hopes of inspiring the world.
A good public speaker takes their audience on a journey, leaving them feeling inspired and motivated. But structuring your speech to get your ideas across and keep your audience engaged all the way through is tricky. Try these eight storytelling techniques for a presentation that wows.
Video Television audiences are no longer limited to one blaring screen. In fact, audiences are interacting with a second or even third screen while watching shows with help from their tablets, smart phones and laptops.
Selected from over 160 entries, we’re delighted to introduce the 34 projects chosen to participate in this year’s Pixel Market. Out of these 34 teams, the top eight will present their project at The Pixel Market Finance Forum to a live audience (buy tickets here!) and a panel of leading funds, commissioners and platforms who... View Article
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