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  • Skanska Aus Group Analysis

    A study undertaken at Georgia Southern University in the United States on the Transition from PowerPoint to Prezi for lectures found that 93% of students who had been exposed to a Prezi lecture and identified the benefits feel more engaged during it, and only 18% find it difficult to take note when a Prezi is used. (Williamson & Murphy 2013) The use of Prezi alone did not ensure the audience was engaged and aware of the main solution, the design of the presentation was well executed and avoided overload by staying away from the areas identified by Atkinson, slides filled with busy backgrounds, endless bullet point and a tangle of diagrams clearly shutdown understanding, instead of opening it. (Atkinson & Mayer…

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  • Pendleton Ward's Adventure Time

    unorthodox animation lure and appeal to both the young and the mature intellects – uncovering its mass of kaleidoscopic pedagogic episodes that illuminate the uncomfortable themes of reality. Death, cannibalism, depression, an abundance of horror glazed over by the guileless and adolescent style allows for the easy digestion to juvenile minds, but is this all that there is to it? Adventure Time to educate the young? Or to gavage children into believing this is how problems and life should be…

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  • Godfather's Of Animation

    The godfather’s of animation and the - , How do they compare to one another?, How do they vary?. One might think the similarities between animation and painting is scarce, but when the traditional methods are brought to light can that still be considered as true?. When people aspire toward’s animation in today’s society, it often the bastions of traditional animation that capture the imagination, such as Studio Ghibli, founded by animator and director Hayao Miyazaki. The dedication by the…

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  • Golden Age Of Animation Vs Renaissance Age

    Now I feel particularly biased answering this question but through research and comparisons I can conclude the Renaissance Age of Animation was better than the Golden Age of Animation. I grew up on these cartoons and of course they evoke a strong feeling of nostalgia, but I see a stronger quality of animation and storytelling during the Renaissance Age. Of course we can’t really appreciate the Renaissance without the Golden Age because without it we wouldn’t be where we are now. Don’t get me…

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  • Lumiere Brothers Research Paper

    In the late 1890’s the Lumiere Brother’s had invented the Cinematograph, which was an all in one camera and projector. With their invention of the first true motion picture camera, they began to document the daily life in their hometown Lyon, France. The very first films they ever made consisted of Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory, an Arrival of a Train at the Station, and a mother Feeding the Baby. While these very short films around fifty seconds each did document the daily lives of the…

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  • Reece's Candy Product Placement

    Product placement is an ingenious way to communicate marketing messages if done in a befittingly manner. My favorite product placement is Reece's Pieces candy in the 1982 blockbuster movie E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (M&Ms and E.T., n.d.). The main character Elliot lures E.T. to his house with a trail of Reece's Pieces candy. The candy was a token of the friendship the two were developing. It was relevant and heartwarming product placement that was a hit since sales of the candy skyrocketed while…

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  • Powerpoint Presentation Software

    disadvantage to PowerPoint is that it cannot surpass the 5 minute time limit. In order to have a successful presentation to an investor you would need to thoroughly explain your product and business. This cannot be done in under 5 minutes. The only way to solve this…

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  • Difference Between Animation And Live Action

    Animation and live action are two very different types of films, each kept in a different world and rarely cross over into the other. Cartoons and the animated characters that are crafted for them live in a world that defies logic, normal limitations, and have their own physical laws; it is a world only limited by the imagination of the artists and their tools. The real world, one that people are more familiar with, knows the restrictions and limited possibilities of what a person can do in this…

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  • Dirty Dancing: Movie Analysis

    Film is a huge industry in our daily world. We are constantly looking forward to the next big film coming out, or relishing in classic flicks, such as for me Dirty Dancing. We base our holidays off movies such as Christmas everyone watching Elf, but let’s be real that movie is great year around. What makes a film so intriguing, that we can’t take our eyes off the screen? A good plot, good actors, but also the special effects, can really define a movie’s greatness. “The art of visual effects…

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  • Symbolism In My Neighbor Totoro

    Hayao Miyazaki, an influential Japanese film director who has produced animated films that still remain popular both in Japan and worldwide. Throughout this essay, one of his most famous animated films “My Neighbor Totoro” will be discussed, exploring the religious elements used in the film, based on a comparison of Shinto and Buddhism. This should help us understand how Miyazaki delivers the message that nature is sacred. To understand the religious elements of the film, we should discuss the…

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