June 3, 2012

eLearning eSeminar: Low Cost – High Quality Avatar Animation 4 Scenarios

The eSeminar on Avatar Animation for eLearning with low to no cost tools is now available and of course free as always on demand. You’ll find the eSeminar here: http://adobe.ly/LYTlMa

Creating scenario based training presents us with both a wonderful opportunity and a significant challenge when it comes to asset generation. In this eSeminar you’ll find a solid introduction to the process of creating, finishing and integrating high quality animations into your eLearning Scenario-based training without bearing the burden of excessive costs.

You can download the PDF here:http://adobe.ly/LZn7jU OR view it below.

There are a wealth of additional resources that are associated with this particular session. Here they are as links to help you find your way.

OVERVIEW OF SECOND LIFE (JOB AID)
Second Life Quick Start Guide
http://bit.ly/wZsqkL
SL User’s Guide
http://bit.ly/JqUMpy

27 AVATAR MAKERS (JOB AID)
http://on.mash.to/T69em

AVATAR APPEARANCE / DRESS AN AVATAR (JOB AID)
http://bit.ly/ICnfq1

HIDE THE BACKGROUND (JOB AID)
Building a Greenscreen (solid screen background)
http://bit.ly/LbMUHD
Building Things in SL
http://bit.ly/fEX53u

ANIMATION & FILMING (JOB AID)
Using Gestures & Animations in SL
http://bit.ly/JYOT2Z

FILMING (MACHINIMA) TIPS

  • Turn off the avatar names [file>preferences>general]
  • Turn off UI
  • PC Alt+Ctrl+F1
  • Mac CMD+Option+Function+F1
  • Think small
  • Virtual Green Screen
  • Second Life Snapshot & Machinima Policy
    http://bit.ly/aqnpZU

    ASSEMBLY – MAKING IT INTERACTIVE (JOB AID)
    http://bit.ly/IKBtJh (SAMPLE PROJECT SOURCE)
    http://bit.ly/JeooFh (STEP BY STEP VIDEO – ADDING INTERACTIVITY)

    BONUS (MORE ON THE THEORIES BEHIND USING AVATARS)
    http://adobe.ly/hIoiAk(Article, slide deck, eSeminar link)

    Posted by Allen Partridge6:10 PM
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