1. Assignment: "A 10 second countdown is your frame of reference. Using images and sounds, change both elements every second."

    Jennifer Briselli
    Time, Motion, & Communication 2013
    School of Design
    Carnegie Mellon University

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  2. Assignment: "Give visual dynamic form to a piece of music."

    Music:
    Huun-Huur-Tu
    "Öske Cherde (Foreign Land)"

    Jennifer Briselli
    Time, Motion, & Communication 2013
    School of Design
    Carnegie Mellon University

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  3. Assignment:
    Explain "Food Security" without taking a stance or making a call to action, in a 60-90 second video.
    Aim for
    -neutral position/language
    -a global perspective
    -timeless relevance

    Jennifer Briselli
    Time, Motion, & Communication 2013
    School of Design
    Carnegie Mellon University

    Music:
    The Advantage
    "Mega Man 3 - Wiley"

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  4. A rhythm-focused piece depicting the song "Kit & Pearle" by Dosh

    Music "Kit & Pearle" by Dosh

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  5. A short exercise on visualizing 3 possible voices of a single phrase: "Please, Mom, please".

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Time, Motion, and Communication 2013

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Time, Motion, and Communication is a higher level design class that has been taught for 16 years in Carnegie Mellon's School of Design. This class explores time as a design element, using word, image, sound, and motion, all in the service of communication.…


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Time, Motion, and Communication is a higher level design class that has been taught for 16 years in Carnegie Mellon's School of Design. This class explores time as a design element, using word, image, sound, and motion, all in the service of communication. Please follow us and watch as we add more videos throughout the spring semester. Dan Boyarski, instructor.

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