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Nice video! I liked your explanations, and the drawings were also very good.
Good quality video. However, I think a brief introduction to the experiment at the beginning of the video would be beneficial.
Nice mix of illustrations and computer graphics. Some background information would have served as a nice intro, rather than jumping straight into the research explanation. Overall, nice.
The video is great with the visuals! It enhances the project well
The video is great with the visuals! It enhances the project well!
Great visuals. I love the drawings and the details in the video.
You had nice pictures and good explanations regarding the experiment itself. I do think that adding some pre-information to guide the audience onto the right track would be helpful. Also, the last part of the audio had a lot of white noise which was a tad bit distracting and can be fixed by using a microphone. Overall, a good video!
I love how you guys drew it out by hand. Overall, the video was easy to follow and engaging.
This video is awesome! There was a clear explanation of the tasks and clear representations of the data. The visuals were very helpful in visualizing tasks and data.
The video was great! I enjoyed the graphics. I think this is a great representation of the paper.
This video was really good! The graphics were well done and the visuals kept the video interesting.
This video was really well done! I enjoyed the colorful visuals and the audio was clear.
Drawings were good but you guys never tied the video back to what we learned in this class. Also could have used an intro of some sort, it was a bit arresting to just jump into bee research without any context
The video was really well done and the visuals done by hand were easy to follow.
The video was very well done. There was a good mix between digital art and hand drawn art. I also liked how you had the videos for the hand drawn parts. Your explanation of the experiment was very well done as well. The only thing I would add may be a slight introduction that sets up some context for the lab. Other than that, all was done well.
Very well done explanation of the study. I liked the graphics and that it was easy to understand the overall experiment.
Very engaging video. You did a very good job explaining the complicated concepts.
There were a lot of moving parts to this experiment, and you did a great job making the different trials easy to follow! The combination of diagrams and graphs kept it interesting.
The visuals were very well made and planned out. Great work!
Great video. I really liked the way the visuals were drawn it helped me stay engaged to the video.
great job explaining the experiment thoroughly, video wasn’t too hard to follow.
Great video! The experiment was explained very thoroughly and was simplified well so that it was understood easily. The only improvement I could see would be slowing the video down some because some topics were difficult to understand.
The experiment was broken down and explained effectively! I was able to understand the results and how they were connected to the experimenter’s conclusion. Overall, it was very well done.
Attention grabbing visuals!
A little more intro and the video goes from great to excellent.
This video did a great job of using the pictures to engage the viewer and explain the topic.
Nice overall, but I would’ve liked if the paper would have been closer to the camera at times. Also the bumble bee song at the beginning is a nice touch
The video was very informational about the experiment. I wish there was more of an intro and a single type of visual, like just hand drawings or just computer drawings.
It makes sense that in increasing order the success rates go (no demonstration)->(ghost)->(live demonstration). Drawings were very good!
Loved the visuals. Very clear explanations also the pun was a nice added touch. Overall very well done, and a cool experiment as well.
Great job explaining a fairly complex article! Loved the visuals/illustrations and the way that you tied them together in the video. Great job!
The visuals were wonderful and the material in the video was easy to understand.
Well explained. I wish the audio quality was higher. Visuals were well done also.
Well explained. I wish the audio quality was higher. Visuals were well done also. Overall, good video
Well explained. I wish the audio quality was higher. Visuals were well done also. Overall, good video. It is also informative
Very thorough and detailed explanation and good visuals. Nice job!
Great video! A little bit more explanation in your introduction would be nice, but I think your visuals were very helpful in understanding the big picture.
Overall, the video was very good and well laid out, but it would have been beneficial to connect it more to the class in some manner.
The video was easy to follow and had a good flow throughout. The only thing is that the audio quality is a bit low.
I enjoyed the images, but an introduction might’ve been nice.
The information was provided very efficiently and the medium was creative.
I really liked your use of visuals, and you explained the experiment and results very well.
Very nice use of computer graphics in conjunction with the drawings and explanations. Perhaps you could provide a little more initial explanation and then at the end tie it into class a bit more, but overall very nice
Nice video and great intro music. The visuals used were very helpful in furthering the explanation of the experiment.
Overall it was a nice video and the intro music was a real attention grabber. The visuals used were very helpful in furthering the explanation of the experiment.
Nice video. It is interesting that bees can learn in multiple different ways and they become more efficient over time.
The song at the beginning was perfect for your video.
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