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MOTION

MEDIA
Motion Media
- Has the appearance of moving text and graphic
Purpose:
- Communicate information in multiple ways
Rouleau Phenakistoscope Praxinoscope Kineograph

PREHISTORI 1700s 1800s Late 1860s


C

Cave Thaumatrope Zoetrope Zoopraxiscope


Paintings
CAVE PAINTINGS

- Sequence of
image or series of
images to show
motion
evices Before Cameras
ROULEAU

- Still picture that


move
- Painted paper
attached to two
rollers
evices Before Cameras
THAUMATROPE

- A simple disk tied to


opposite ends and images
evices Before Cameras
PHENAKISTOSCOPE

- Small circle of
paper with
slightly different
drawings near
the edge with
stick through
the center
evices Before Cameras
ZOETROPE

- Different
pieces of
papers with
different scenes
in the cylinder
with SLITS,
spinning it to
produce illusion
of motion
evices Before Cameras
PRAXINOSCOPE

- It uses strip
of pictures
placed around
the inner
surface of the
spinning
cylinder
evices Before Cameras
ZOOPRAXISCOPE

- Projected images from rotating


glass disk in rapid succession
evices Before Cameras
KINEOGRAPH

- Flipbook
- Series of picture that vary from one page to
the next
MOTION MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM
GENERAL
CHARACTERISTICS OF
MOTION
1. Communicates MEDIA
message to large
audience
2. Multisensory

3. Embodies messages that are


transitory
DIFFERENT MEDIA
1. FILM
FORMATS
- series of still images that
creates the illusion of moving
objects due to PHI
PHENOMENON and
PERSISTENCE OF VISION
PHI PHENOMENON

- Optical illusion of perceiving


still images as continous vision
PERSISTENCE OF
VISION
- Eyes retains an afterimage
DIFFERENT MEDIA
FORMATS
FILM

-Done by photographing
(1)actual scenes using motion
picture camera
(2)Miniature models or
images using animation
techniques
a. CGI
b. Computer Animation
FILM

a. SHORT FILM
- NOT long enough to be
considered feature film
- Has a running time of 40
minutes or less , including the
credits (Academy of Motion
Picture)
FILM

b. DOCUMENTARY FILM

- Intended to document some


aspect of reality
- Film-making practice
DOCUMENTARY
FILMS
DOCUMENTARY
FILMS
DOCUMENTARY
FILMS
DIFFERENT MEDIA
FORMATS
MOTION PICTURES IN
TELEVISION

TELEVISION
- Telecommunication medium used
in transmitting moving images

- a mass medium for


entertainment, education, news,
politics and advertising
MOTION PICTURES IN
TELEVISION

1. Commercial
Advertiseme
nt
MOTION PICTURES IN
TELEVISION

2. Philippine
Drama
MOTION PICTURES IN
TELEVISION

3. Reality
Show
MOTION PICTURES IN
TELEVISION

4. Talk
Show
MOTION PICTURES IN
TELEVISION

5.
Televisio
n
News
DIFFERENT MEDIA
FORMATS
INTERACTIVE VIDEO

- Used to blend interaction and


linear
film or video
- Monologue to dialog viewing
DIFFERENT MEDIA
FORMATS
INTERACTIVE VIDEO

(1) Customizable Interactive


Videos
- Allow the user to adjust some
- variable
Play the video customized to its
users preference
INTERACTIVE VIDEO

(2) Conversational Online


Interactive Videos
- Allow the user to interact in a turn-
based manner
- Simple conversation with the
character
INTERACTIVE VIDEO

Conversatio
nal
Online
Interactiv
e Videos
INTERACTIVE VIDEO

(3) Exploratory Online Interactive


Videos
- Move through a space or look at
many different angles
INTERACTIVE VIDEO

Exploratory
Online
Interactive
Videos
DIFFERENT MEDIA
FORMATS

VIDEOS

- A series of recorded images which


are shown on television or viewed
on a screen
Steps in Video
Production
1. Outline
2. Script
3. Storyboard
4. Filming
5. Editing
6. Publishing
Video File Formats
1. m4v
2. mp4
3. mov
4. wmv
5. Flash
VIDEO SHARING
SITES

YouTube
www.youtube.co
m
VIDEO SHARING
SITES

SchoolTub
e
www.schooltube.c
om
VIDEO SHARING
SITES

TeacherTub
e
www.teachertube.c
om
VIDEO SHARING
SITES

Vimeo
www.vimeo.com
VIDEO SHARING
SITES

Flickr
www.flickr.com
DIFFERENT MEDIA
FORMATS
VIDEO STREAMING

- Live or
- recorded
Distribution of audio and video
content to dispersed audiences
- Core content flowing one
- way
webcasting when conducted over
the internet
DIFFERENT MEDIA
FORMATS
ANIMATIONS

- The process of creating a


continous motion and shape
change illusion by means of rapid
display of a sequence of images
TYPES OF ANIMATIONS

1. Traditional
Animations

-. hand - drawn
animation
- Classic animation
Examples of Hand-
Drawn Animation
TYPES OF ANIMATIONS

2. Stop Motion
Animation

- stop action
animation
- Frame- by-frame
- Physically controlling
real things
STOP MOTION
ANIMATION
- Used Traditional
and Stop-motion
Animation

- Produced by Walt
Disney in 1940
TYPES OF ANIMATIONS

3. Computer Animation

- Computer Generated
Imagery
- art of making images which
can move with the help of
computers
Computer
Animation
with CGI
effects
Computer Animation with CGI
effect
Computer Animation with CGI
effect
TYPES OF ANIMATIONS

4. Drawn on
Film Animation

- Footage is
developed by
drawing the
footage onto
the film
TYPES OF ANIMATIONS

5. Pin Screen
Animation

- uses a
screen with
movable pins
- illuminated
from side to
cast shadows
PIN SCREEN ANIMATION
TYPES OF ANIMATIONS

6. Sand
Animation

- sand is
moved around
on a back-
lighted piece
of glass
SAND ANIMATION
USES IN EDUCATION

- Telling Stories
- Historical Footage
- Experiments
- Procedures / Steps
- Showing public broadcast
archives (current events, public
- speeches,
AlternativeSONA)
to hands-on lessons
USES IN EDUCATION
LECTURE CAPTURE
SYSTEM

- Designed for
capturing
and
managing
classroom
content
USES IN EDUCATION
SCREEN CASTING

- A digital
recording of
screen
output

- Video screen
capture
USES IN EDUCATION
WEBINAR (Web
Seminar)

- A seminar,
presentation
or talk
conducted
over the
internet
USES IN EDUCATION
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS

- A guided exploration through


world wide web (Foley, 2003)
ADVANTAGES

- Time can be manipulated


- Motivates the learners
- Can be viewed as many
times as possible for
mastery
- Promotes safe observation
- Can be used to
demonstrate practical
activities
DISADVANTAGES

- No student teacher relationship


- Expensive
- Time-consuming to
- prepare
Prone to misinterpretation
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