Portable Mini Green-Screen....
|Puppet Show / Animation Stage|
One of the reasons I decided to create a mini green-screen was because I have a few students who love Legos and I know they would create some amazing stories using green-screen and their Legos. I also have a few shy students who refuse to stand in front of a camera and give a report. Having a mini green-screen would give them an option to still do the project but use an actor to replace them as the reporter. They would still have to add their voice either at the time of recording or overlay it with the iMovie app. Either way it is a win, win situation. My students are now not only the reporter but now they can be a director, producer, casting director, writer, and agent.
|Paint a smaller box for a platform.|
- On the Scene Reporter
- Puppet Show
- Book Trailer / Report
- Use Paper Dolls / Print out of famous people & make them move and tell their story.
- Wear a Green Glove and Make the Actors Move
- Paint Bamboo Skewers Green and Attach them to the Props & Actors to Make Them Move
- Use Explain Everything and work out a math problem. Use that recording as the background in the Veescope app and have your actor explain how they solved the problem.
- Have a time lapse video of a plant growing, science experiment, etc... saved into the Veescope app as the background. Then have your actor explain the process.
- Create Postcards of places your actors saw while on their Dream Vacation.
- Paint smaller boxes and use them as platforms for your props and actors.
- Use an iPad stand to position your iPad just right for recording.
- Record or snap stills in a well lit area or use a desk lamp with a bendable neck to provide lighting.
- Record in a quiet place.
- Save images and or video clips to the iPad that has the Veescope app.
- Use the Full version of the Veescope app.