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A film splicer (also called a film joiner, usually in Europe) is a device used to join video segments 1) and/or lengths of photographic film. Splicing is used in the production of almost all motion pictures. 2)

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A copy of the EOI submitted to MAAS follows:


Inspired by Dr Derek Muller's Veritasium Youtube channel 3), the Splice Savers! student video production team will interview exhibitors and visitors by asking engaging and challenging questions about simple scientific principles underlying each of the YCC exhibits.

This project builds on and extends the popular 'green room' project delivered during MAAS YCC 2016.

Our kids love to have fun and they conduct interviews in generally disarming, entertaining and inventive ways 4). Their productions are mature, scientifically and educationally authentic, and of broadcast quality.

Also, students will demonstrate and invite visitors to interact with BLOCKER! 5) - a classroom project developed wholly by students using a Raspberry Pi 6) to investigate the properties of materials by creating synthesised musical sequences and drawings on a web-based painting canvas.

Our student 'explainers' and video production team will engage with visitors to assist, and explain how they engage and learn with STEAM in the classroom. The BLOCKER! interactive provides another focal point for our video team to engage visitors in MAAS YCC 2017 event related interviews.

Video 1: Mannix Interviews Locals (JUN 2017)

For more detailed information and examples, please visit our wiki.

  1. Teaching Science: http://tinyurl.com/ybhgdxzk
  2. BLOCKER! Project: http://tinyurl.com/y8cngcxo

MAAS YCC 2017 - EOI Information

Why/what 'splice', 'splicer'? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_splicer
Derek Muller - Veritasium: https://www.youtube.com/user/1veritasium
Example student interview - MAAS YCC 2016: http://tinyurl.com/yd4xtdt7
About the BLOCKER! project: http://tinyurl.com/y8cngcxo
Raspberry Pi Foundation: https://www.raspberrypi.org/
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