Jane Gibbs and Alex Garlick use Tellagami to introduce the use of QR codes to explore the village of Flore.
Looking at different points of view using specialist cameras e.g. a headcam, underwater or panorama
All ages who can use a camera on a digital device.
What you need
Mobile devices with a camera.
Apps or online tools for manipulating photos: e.g. Be Funky, Photo Booth, Photosynth, 360 Panorama, Photoshaper, Fotor, Phoster
Apps for creating talking photos: PixnTell, Tellagami, VoiceThread
Apps for making photocollages: PicCollage, Fotor, Popplet, Strip Designer
What you do
Explain to the groups that you are going to create look for unusual angles to take photos and make images as you explore your environment.
The idea is to think about different viewpoints and share a range of ways of looking at an environment. The initial images can be further manipulated to express feelings using a filters and editing options within apps or online tools such as Be Funky accepting or rejecting options until the desired effect is achieved. These can be annotated with words using tools such as Skitch or compiled into a slideshow for review and discussion.
Participants gain experience of team working and of exploring an environment from different points of view. They use images to portray feelings and create a set of slides as a talking point to come back to.
Taking it Further
Experiment with apps for adding narration and gathering multiple responses (e.g. VoiceThread).
Compile images into a photo collage.