Turns out Photosynth is pretty good at recording large displays that are too big to get on one image.
Digital storytelling doesn’t just have to be about slideshows. A freer approach to narrative than thinking it has to be about beginning, middle and end means that many more approaches can be used. I look at 2 quick examples here.
Following on from last week’s post on augmented reality, watching this video made me realise that AR needs to work differently if it’s going to be realy useful. It’s not enough to be direction and distance aware. The app somehow needs to be able to see the world as humans see it.
I’ve been having my first foray into the world of augmented reality via the iPhone. Although the current generation of apps looks promising I feel we’re still a away from making AR really exciting, accessible and cool.
A friend recently asked for my thoughts on what impact I thought HTML5 would have on Adobe and the quick answer is I haven’t the foggiest. I have, though been favouriting some blog posts and web stuff about it as I try to catch up with the rest of the world and I though I’d share some. It’s not comprehensive, but it’s a start.
I’m going all gooey about AudioBoo at the moment. It’s sat around in the perpiphery of my vision for a while now but in the last month or so I’ve started to see it as a really useful addition to my network of tools, especially now I’m a JesusPhone user.
Here’s why I’m gushing…
It struck me earlier this week how much of a role technology has played in helping us with our move to new jobs in Newcastle. Some aspects were fairly bland but others have been a little more interesting. I thought I’d itemise the different ways and then draw some tenuous conclusion as I usually do.
One of the activities this semester for the Technology Enhanced Learning Innovation and Change MSc has been to examine a free Web2.0 tool and to post our reflections on it. I chose to do Wallwisher after a recommendation by Guy …