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Möglichkeiten und Werkzeuge der Visualisierung komplexer Sachverhalte im Bewegtbild

Possibilities and tools for visualising complex matters in moving pictures

  • Visualisation of complex matters by moving pictures is an act of complexity. Theories of cognition show the importance of combined audio-visual perception for learning and remembering. Active learning processes benefits memory. The knowledge about these facts makes it possible to find fitting tools for visualisation that help to reduce complexity and to support the act of cognition. These are for example didactical reduction, gestalt theory, narration or drawing attention by movement. Complex matters are visualised by explainer videos. There is a wide range of possible moving pictures formats like cut out animation, whiteboard animation, animated cartoon, 2D animation, 3D animation, simulation, virtual lab and serious games. They are all illustrating and showing complex matters, which means pure horizontal reduction. As German created term “Bewegtbild” is already used in practise but without official definition, it seemed to be natural to ask scientific experts about their ideas concerning moving pictures’ definition and its possibilities to visualise complex matters. Further empirical research concerning moving pictures’ capabilities illustrates its acceptance and targeted use in practice. In future further technological inventions are to be expected, which means continuous research.

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Metadaten
Author:Lea Charlott Sönnichsen
Document Type:Bachelor Thesis
Language:German
Year of Completion:2015
Granting Institution:Hochschule Mittweida
Release Date:2016/06/09
GND Keyword:Bewegtes Bild; Visualisierung
Institutes:06 Medien
Dewey Decimal Classification:003 Systeme
Access Rights:Innerhalb der Hochschule
Licence (German):License LogoEs gilt das UrhG

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