“You’re in Randall’s class, aren’t you.”
It’s bizarre to think that the physical space is converted to moving images on a screen, and yet the presence of multiple broadcasts all happening within the same physical space allows one to recreate that physical space through an intangible form.
And at the same time it reminds me of one of my favourite Read more →
What was my social broadcasting experience like?
This is my first social broadcasting experience and I was hesitant about it initially because I don’t like filming myself and hearing my voice on video especially. But to my surprise, the broadcast was pretty fun and I wasn’t as self-conscious as I expected myself to be. It was fun seeing everyone else having Read more →
It didn’t feel like anything special when you were holding the phone, seeing your face on camera. But seeing everyone’s videos together on the live broadcast was really nice to watch.
Today in class we did social broadcasting! With our phones, we went LIVE on Facebook while we were all in different parts of ADM; during which, all of our broadcasts were collated on Facebook Live Video Wall platform. By condensing the local space of ADM and the remote space of the internet, we could gain access to the Third Space Read more →
Social broadcasting was really fun! It was nice getting out of class and videoing everything, which is what I do pretty much everyday with Snapchat, but for shorter durations of 2-5 seconds. I was very conscious of what I was saying and how I was behaving. I got to experience indeterminacy first hand, with me running into Daniel, my debate Read more →
So this is the first post for Experimental Interaction!
the interesting thing about the social broadcasting is that everyone’s live videos is collated in one space and is streamed simultaneously. It brings the idea of live videos to another level, whereby you don’t actually hear everyone’s videos individually but you see them as a cohesive whole. A Read more →
This is me documenting my very first Facebook live. Basically, we walked around school for a bit and alsoooooo, here are some of my new friends HAHAHA. Alright, I’ll wrap up here. Hope y’all like it.
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The social broadcasting experience is quite true and real especially with friends.I think it made the experience more enjoyable and less awkward, in contrast to, doing it yourself. Furthermore, I found another level of respect towards youtubers who vlog daily…on the angles and the content they release to keep the audiences entertained. Social broadcasting is another medium that is fascinating Read more →