Animating science
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Animating science

So we’re going to demonstrate what happens when something evaporates. We’ve got some water inside the kettle which has been preboiled, but we’re going to boil some more. And we’re going to see what happens. OK, now the back card […]

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How to Mirror The Whole Animation – 3ds Max CAT

Hey, fellow animators, I’m Miloš Černý. This is just a very quick tip that some of you might not know. We have this standing idle animation here, that we would like to mirror. Let’s say that maybe you want to […]

Visual Design Principles for e-Learning, Part 1
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Visual Design Principles for e-Learning, Part 1

Hi my name’s Peter Berking. I’m an Instructional Designer with the Advance Distributed Learning Initiative. This is part one of the eight part webinar, Visual Design Principles for E-Learning. This part is an Introduction to the series. The objectives for […]

SketchUp Tips and Tricks: Animating Section Cuts
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SketchUp Tips and Tricks: Animating Section Cuts

Animating section cuts in Google SketchUp is easier than you might think. Grab the Section Plane tool and click in your model to place the section. I like to hide the actual section plane. With your section in place, add […]

ST Math –  Visual Math Program – See the Math and Grow
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ST Math – Visual Math Program – See the Math and Grow

“Score!” “Seis por siete…” “I’m done!” So how can we reach them all at their own level? With ST Math, learning is personalized. Each student takes their own path and works at their own pace. When they demonstrate that they’ve […]

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Monsters: From ancient mythology to modern cinema

Monsters are everywhere.. under our beds, in our closets.. lurking in the dark, and ever present in our nightmares. But how unique are these monsters? And what makes up a good demon? We’ll take you on a journey through 2.500 […]