Kairos 20.1: Ellis & Underwood, Completely Out of My Domain - References
Kairos 20.1

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An Institutional Narrative of Multimedia Collaboration

 

Part 1: Exigence

Part 2: Convergence

Part 3: Resonance

Student Video #1

Student Video #2

References

Script (PDF)

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By Erik Ellis and Dave Underwood

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Credits/Copyright

Animation: We created all animations using Apple's Keynote.

Music: We arranged the music in Garage Band using license-free Apple loops (Impressions: Jazz Construction Kits) purchased from BigFish Audio.

Videos: Joedy Hulings created the multimedia essay "Transportation/Transformation." Erik's students created the video for Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy.