Deconstructing the Sound The three and half a minute clip from ‘Forbidden Lies’ comes with a range of complex sounds that are layered with one and another. This blog aims at deconstructing the sound in detail in terms of how they have been sourced/recorded and layered to suit the edit. Sourced or Recorded? Most of … More Forbidden Lies: Prompt #3
Introduction The opening sequence of ‘No Direction Home’ masterfully sets up the roots of Bob Dylan’s life. It gives us a glimpse into his genius, his unpredictability, his passion for music among other things. However, the function of any good opening sequence does not stop at establishing what meets the eye, it also sets ups … More No Direction Home: Prompt #2
Has the Course lived up to your expectation? The answer to the above question is both, a Yes and No. Yes, because the course constructively demonstrated the basics of sound and image, it helped in developing a routine in practicing the various disciplines of filmmaking. However, what it did not do was give us the … More Reflection: Prompt #6
Introduction Musicorum aimed at studying ‘cultural diversity’ through a social experiment that required people from different racial and cultural backgrounds to react to a piece of music. The aim of this project was to try and understand how the same piece of music speaks to people from varied backgrounds, thereby trying to prove that music … More Musicorum the Digital Story: Practice led Research Blog Post
End Game Aside from the fact that this was the first ever presentation for the day, ‘End Game’ seemed ambitious right from the get go in terms of scale and scope. This is a very positive trait while working on something as a group, where you find your collaborators keen on experimenting and unafraid of … More Digital Story Proposal: Peer Review
‘Transmedia Storytelling’ is a term that is brought to light with how stories find shape in our dynamic technological environment. It urges us to prod deeper into the core of what makes Transmedia narratives the most exciting and important storytelling mechanism of this age. Redefining Education: Next Generation Ecosystem Elaine Raybourn puts it in very … More The ‘Transmedia Storytelling Narrative’: A closer look
The Mystery behind Social Media Advertising for Non-Profit Organisation Non-Profits or organisations that don’t necessarily focus on monetising their content online find a great resource for marketing in ‘Social Media’. With the advent of Social Media, cross-cultural engagement has ushered in a plethora of opportunities for the non-profits to spread awareness to their prospective audience. … More Studying Engagement and Content: The Two Pillars of Social Media Advertising for any Non-Profit Organisation
The phrase ‘pushing the boundaries’ of innovation runs synonymously with Motion Capture technology. Anyone familiar with the iconic ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy must have come across the term ‘Motion Capture’. What makes it a reckoning force in the world of cinema and entertainment is its ability to seamlessly integrate the ‘real’ into the ‘virtual’ … More Capturing ‘E’motions- Is Motion Capture the future of cinema?
Introduction: Stepping away from what makes a good or a bad app is the business end of things. Much like any art form, building/designing an app would come under the “art” fraction. However, launching it on platforms and ensuring success and sustainability is a slippery slope. Only few manage to make it and that begs … More The ‘App’ Business: Is it sustainable?
‘Internet of Things’ literally sounds like a badly titled sci-fi movie, the reality though is a lot more morbid and one that poses a grave danger for human resource. The only thing that poses higher risk to humans in general is the possibility of a natural disaster wiping out the entire human race. What Is ‘Internet … More Internet of Things: End of Human Use or End of Humanity?