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AAW session: Rethinking Woodturning Demonstrations (Read 431 times)
 
Alan Zenreich
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AAW session: Rethinking Woodturning Demonstrations
Jul 8th, 2016 at 1:33pm
 
I recorded this video during my special interest night session at the 2016 AAW Symposium
Rethinking Woodturning Demonstrations - Using Live Video

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I hope it inspires you to consider how this kind of capability can help share woodturning demonstrations to audiences that have previously not been well served.

Your comments are welcome... let's get the conversation started!
Alan Z.

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Session description:

Wouldn't it be great if woodturning presenters could do their demonstrations from their own shops with their own tools, and have a live interactive audience participation in a faraway chapter location? No travel time and costs, no equipment packing, and availability of presenters from all over the world. chapters could afford more and varied presentations for their members. Presenters (both experienced and new) could reach a wider audience.
This session covers...
1) How presenters can use the Internet, low-cost computers, webcams, audio, software, and free video feeds to present multi-camera demonstrations.
2) Typical chapter set-ups to make online demonstrations interactive, seeing and taking questions from the audience.
3) Related topics, including rights to record and sending samples to the audience in advance, to pass around.
4) Using the same equipment to record videos that show your work and educate fellow turners.

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