Aug
20

The wow factor! – The 21st century slideshow

I am always amazed at the incredible pace at which new online applications and services get released. Each one seems to out do the other and provide a fantastic free service in exchange for your attention, and user information.

That was until I found Animoto.

Animoto takes the cake!

Click here to see what I created in less that 4 minutes!

Animoto.com is a web application that automatically generates professionally produced videos, each a customized orchestration of your images and music.

Amazing!

What a great way to show off our new library in a new and easy way.

Back to school parent night is coming up this week at ISB and no doubt many teachers will rely on Powerpoint or iPhoto to tell their class story. Who will dare go with Animoto?

I’ll find someone :)

Big thanks to our new 21st century literacy specialist Kim Cofino for the photos.

Hat tip to Robin Good and his “Be Smart, Be Independent, Be Good” blog for this resource. A fantastic resource on the world of online publishing. If you are looking for a web 2.0 maven, he is mine.

ANIMOTO is…………………….



10 Responses to “The wow factor! – The 21st century slideshow”

  1.   Doug Belshaw Says:

    Wow! Thanks for the heads-up on this one Justin – looks really useful. :-)

  2.   Tony Cassidy Says:

    Thanks for highlighting this, I had a go this evening, impressive results.

  3.   Darlene Marquardt Says:

    Hi all,
    I tried out the Animoto.. pretty cool. I will be glad when they make is so one can download the file so that one doesn’t have to be connected to the internet to watch the video.

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