1. EBCP workshop welcome

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    • EBM - Relative vs absolute effect measures

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      • EBM - RCTs stopped early for benefit

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        • meneok_MP2

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          My initial plan for this assignment was to combine live action footage with stop-motion animation, using green screen techniques, 2D hand-drawn film footage from our tutorial, and possibly some rotoscoping. The initial concept followed less of a traditional narrative, and relied more so on abstract ideas. I had intended for the live subject to go between the different animation types, eventually converting the subject into a fully-animated figure, but had a hard time thinking of how to visualize these abstract ideas and make them flow together. Time was running out, and other assignments and projects were on the horizon, so I decided to take this project in another direction. I scrapped the live-action element for the most part - aside from some free stock footage of Jean Claude Van Damme performing various action poses and stunts (courtesy of Funny or Die) - and decided to rely mostly on stop-motion techniques. I dug up some old action figures and miniatures to star alongside JCVD, and came up with a plot slightly reminiscent of Adrian Lyne’s bizarre 1990 film, Jacob’s Ladder. I shot the majority of the photos in front of a makeshift green screen set-up (a few sheets of lime green 8.5”x10” paper, an over-bed hospital table, and a microphone stand with finishing line to position the lead figure) with a Canon EOS Rebel T5i digital SLR. From my hand-drawn film footage, I derived some smudgy abstract colours and wavy lines, and devised a way to incorporate them as part of the green screen backdrop. This would be particularly useful while depicting motion sequences, such as running or when the helicopter flies by during the opening. I initially wanted to attempt some rotoscoping effects, at least for blood spatters and muzzle blasts and the like. My rotoscoping skills, however, are fairly limited and I did not care for the idea of cartoon’ish-looking effects over top of the stop-motion footage. A few different found sounds can be heard throughout: the robot hydraulic sounds were field recordings of a city bus braking; the impact sounds of bullets thudding against bodies were field recordings of car trunks and doors being shut; blood spatter and knife wounds sound effects were generated by the field recording of someone’s keys jingling; the footsteps (approx. 01:48 and 01:52) were field recordings of my own footsteps in the snow; the zippo lighter is (01:19). The fuse sound effects are my official found sound, which are two different stages of me frying beef: frying it dry (01:20-01:26); then boiling it (01:27-02:27, and during the introductory vanity card). The other sound effects were shared under a public domain license on freesounds.com. The score features entirely original music by me, as 13 Bags of Dick and as Swords of Texas remixed by Peter J. Waltham (aka Sadistician). The miniature prop knife and cut-off’s were designed by Misty’s Minis. Special thanks to Megan Penfold for supplying Star Wars figures and accessories. https://13bagsofdick.bandcamp.com/album/vol-10 https://swordsoftx.bandcamp.com/album/rewired-to-live-rewired-to-die https://soundcloud.com/sadistician http://www.etsy.com/shop/mistysminis

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          • EBM video - Measure of agreement

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            • Mental Shadows_ Murray_MP2

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              A spoken word performance about dealing with ones mental shadows. - Sherri Murray - MMEDIA 2B06- Time Based Media I Major Project #2 McMaster University Winter 2015

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              • Thoma MP2

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                Plugged In

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                • ex10_Thoma.mp4

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                  • Thoma_MP1

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                    Melanheadz Hamilton Vapor Lounge, 303 York Boulevard, Hamilton. McMaster University 2B06 Multimedia Project, winter 2015.

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                    • (Hamilton MP1) Impressions: A Portrait of Hamilton

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                      This video follows the exploration of Hamilton by an individual in order to change her first impression of the city. In an aim to change the negative perceptions and connotations she had produced, Marwa Eid was taken on a three day excursion across Hamilton to various places previously unexplored and unnoticed. The filming of the video was done so in order to provide a personable and engaging experience for the viewer, hopefully encouraging a sense of realization and an eagerness to explore the city of Hamilton for themselves.

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