Making Holograms with WeVideo

I believe it was Hall Davidson who first showed me how to create a hologram projector using a cell phone.   We did it at a DEN team retreat and the wow factory was incredible.   It really did seem like magic.   I recently revisited the project because I was talking about holograms at [...]

By | 2017-02-28T15:34:41+00:00 February 28th, 2017|Digital Storytelling, Video Reviews, Web 2.0|Comments Off on Making Holograms with WeVideo

What educators can learn from Marvel Comics There's a new comic book shop that recently opened in downtown Skokie (Aw Yeah Comics for those that are interested), and it is quickly becoming a tradition for the family to walk over there and pick up a couple of books from the quarter bins.  During our last trip, I picked up a comic [...]

By | 2012-04-30T09:33:06+00:00 April 30th, 2012|Augmented reality, Digital Storytelling, iPad, mobile|66 Comments

Little Red Riding Hood Remixed

Image by P_mod via FlickrFound this on Dan Pink's blog: I mentioned before how much I love the idea of turning assignments into creative briefs. So what happens if you take a fairy tale that's near and dear to all our hearts, and give it a new spin? While this wasn't done by a student, [...]

By | 2009-05-21T08:38:46+00:00 May 21st, 2009|Digital Storytelling|7 Comments

Well, isn’t that NICE

Warning: Once again, these are notes that I'm taking during a meeting which has a few presentations in it. Forgive the grammar mistakes, forgive the seriously informal voice, and most of all forgive the tangents. It's just the way I interact with material I'm experiencing. Just go with the flow! I'm taking notes at the [...]

By | 2005-05-05T19:24:05+00:00 May 5th, 2005|Digital Storytelling, Musings, Podcasting|2 Comments