Group Members: George Mathew, Samiha Chowdhury, Shraeyas Margan, Vooha Vellanki
Creative, Funny, and great display of information! Great Job!!!
What a fun video! I love Law & Order! You guys look like you had a good time making this video. Thanks for putting so much energy into this project.
Great video, you really explained the concepts well. It was smart of you guys to add humor to the presentation to keep the audience engaged.
This had really good information, and it was presented clearly.
A little hard to hear but very humorous and informative
Great video. I could focus well
I really liked the way you presented the information. The video was fun to watch.
Great idea to incorporate the information through a skit. Well done.
It was a great and funny way to present the information. Great job!
the video was fun and put in an story-like form to simplify the info and make it easy to understand. good job!
I liked how you made a dry topic more entertaining with the acting. =)
Very Creative! Fun to watch and informative.
Great idea! didn’t follow the trend of other videos this semester
Loved the video, funny and very creative. I learned a lot!
I really enjoyed the sound bytes and bits of music that were included! They really added to the video overall. I also thought that the wrap-up for the video at the end was adorable, and very fitting. The only thing I suggest would be to intersperse some of the middle sequence with the scientists with some sort of visually appealing presentation.
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