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Tuesday, April 14 • 12:15pm - 1:30pm
Motion Capture Technology

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Since the invention of film, equipment has fluctuated from the weight of a boat anchor to a helmet clip-on. While image-capture camera technology has evolved, the skills of the users have as well. As legacy media outlets and information/education channels continue to evolve, how does the trend of adding quick and easy video clips impact the work of the professional videographer? How does one learn the art and craft of effective visual storytelling?   The primary goal is to investigate the following research questions: -How do visual storytellers using motion image capture technology adapt to each succeeding technology to remain effective in their jobs; -who makes decisions on when to adopt a new technology and –what have these changes meant to curriculum development.
Moderator: Joanne Littlefield, Colorado State University
Panelists: Mike Conway, Indiana University
 Ginger Blackstone, University of Florida
Thomas Cznarty, SUNY - New Paltz
Joanne Littlefield, Colorado State University
James Wertz, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania; The evolution of skills and networking related to motion capture technology

Tuesday April 14, 2015 12:15pm - 1:30pm
Conference Room 5/6

Attendees (20)