Wednesday, July 7, 2010

visual ideas

There is a fantastic video from the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts (RSA) which has been doing the rounds of a few blogs such as Somatosphere and Savage Minds, called Crises of Capitalism. The video is an animated version of a talk that sociologist David Harvey gave at the RSA recently.

The video is not only great in terms of its content, but also visually. It reminded me of Beck Tench's hand-drawn PowerPoint slides (linked to from Museum 2.0) and Garrick Jones' presentation at the Virtual Knowledge Studio's 'Can You See What I Know' in 2008. All of these presentations are inspiring ways of sharing research visually.

Slides from

Video from CYSWIK @ PICNIC day one by Darren Carter on Vimeo.

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