CMU School of Design Video of the Week

  1. I used the project to explore storytelling specially to teach an audience a complex subject. Our assignment was to take something abstract and make it concrete. I was also excited by the chance to learn AfterEffects! And make a cut-paper style project! Two kakpos, one stone.

    I started making this video with the intention of talking about why the animals in New Zealand are so unique. But while I was drafting the story, I noticed that I was really interested in the kakapo. Like, really in love with them in fact. The more I learned the more I wanted to share their unique story. While they are wonderful for a myriad of reasons, I decided to focus on their very complicated mating ritual.

    Story + Animation: Jacklynn Pham (

    Narration: James Wagner
    2013 | Carnegie Mellon University | School of Design

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  2. STEAM
    CMU School of Design
    Type III 2013

    Antonio Ono,
    Joseph Oak
    Kristin Hughes

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  4. In the Fall 2013 Time Motion & Communication class, instructor Dan Boyarski asks students to create a video using a piece of music, and visualize its rhythm and its mood.

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  5. This video is from Mark Baskinger's Spring 2013 project called "re-routed radio" in the Experimental Form class. Students use embedded computation to define new paradigms for interactive objects.

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