Technology is one of the most driving and influential resources in today’s society and is capable of creating so many opportunities and pushing the future forward. The animatic is focused in the future where our computers and other form’s of tech come with a personified software. The “software” can take on humanoid forms and through hologram software, the forms can talk to and interact with their owners. They are capable of cleaning and taking care of the technology they’re installed on and also fighting off viruses.
A stop motion animation is based off of my personal struggles growing up as the only person of color in my school when I was in middle and high school. I was verbally bullied and mocked for being Asian and I visually depicted what was commonly said to me. However, not everything ends in despair as I moved to college where I settled into a healthier environment and grew from my past.
Growing up as a mixed Asian-American woman isn’t as easy at it sounds. People asking “what are you?”, forming identity crises, and questioning which culture in which you should conform are just surface level experiences. These three mixed Asian women bravely share their stories and what they do to overcome their struggles.
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An abstract projected 3D animation based off of the fictional homunculus figure. After doing research about how certain parts of the brain control their respective limbs or other bodily parts, the video came out chaotic and abstract rather than uniform. It was more or less of a play on the human brain and its functions in relation to the human body.